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8:37 AM March 14, 2019

Date Updated:

10:51 AM March 14, 2019

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Facebook Desktop Version Down: Philippines, US & Several Other Can’t Access Platform

FACEBOOK DESKTOP VERSION DOWN – The desktop version of social media giant Facebook is currently down in the Philippines, a part of the United States, and several other countries.

Facebook is undeniably among the biggest social media platform not only in the Philippines but all over the world now. Based on online statistics, this social media platform holds around 1.62 billion users now.

Throughout the years, Facebook continued to upgrade its features and more and more people are getting hooked to it. It has exceeded the purpose to connect people who are miles apart.

This social media giant is not only used in communicating with other people from the different parts of the world but also as a platform of expression, information circulation, and entertainment.

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A big part of men and women, young and old, regardless of races owns a Facebook account. That is why its downtime will undeniably affect a lot of people and will spark queries just like what is happening now.

The Facebook desktop version is currently down in the Philippines, in a part of the United States (North America), and several other countries like Hong Kong, Japan, and South Korea based on a report on ABS-CBN.

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The inaccessibility of the Facebook desktop version reportedly started late Wednesday, March 13, 2019, in other countries while the downtime was felt early Thursday morning, March 14, 2019, in some countries.

The desktop version of the social media giant remains inaccessible until now while its mobile version is working. A lot of people continue to use the platform through its mobile version.

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