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11:45 AM July 4, 2019

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11:48 AM July 4, 2019

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Glitches Affecting Across Platforms Already Resolved, Says Facebook

FACEBOOK – The company behind Facebook recently announced that it already fixed the glitches affecting platforms like Instagram and WhatsApp.

The event happened just recently that users turned to Twitter and gave their reactions with the hashtags: #facebookdown, #WhatsAppdown, and #instagram down. Here are some of their reactions:

#WharsAppdown | Screenshot from : Twitter
#WharsAppdown | Screenshot from : Twitter
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#WharsAppdown | Screenshot from : Twitter
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#instagramdown | Screenshot from : Twitter
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#instagramdown | Screenshot from : Twitter
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#facebookdown | Screenshot from : Twitter
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#facebookdown | Screenshot from : Twitter

According to ABS-CBN, The company said that it was working to fix the glitches. The company said that they triggered an issue that is making it difficult for some people to upload or send photos and videos.

“During one of our routine maintenance operations, we triggered an issue that is making it difficult for some people to upload or send photos and videos,” 

Facebook gets tens of millions of dollars from advertising revenue daily.

The company further declined the comment when asked whether it will refund businesses. They said on March in a similar incident that they would consider refunding advertisers for lost exposure.

As per the report, ThousandEyes, a company which monitors internet traffic worldwide, says that the disruption appears to be in lieu of an internal infrastructure or application issue.

As mentioned, the glitches sparked an outrage from the users of the social media app, with more than 14,00 Instagram users, more than 7,500 Facebook users, and 1,600 WhatsApp users making their complaints of the issue on Twitter.

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