For 2nd time in a week, Facebook users report major problems

Angelica Greene
November 21, 2018

Facebook has responded to the outage with a curt statement, saying it is investigating the matter.

In a related development, Facebook released the biannual Transparency Report.

As a result of the outages, #FacebookDown is now trending on Twitter. Users are seeing error messages, slow load times and issues connecting to Messenger.

A number of users in Malaysia and around the world are reporting that Facebook and Instagram is down. Then, tap 'Your time on Facebook.' As you can see, I use the app for three minutes too many per day.

Facebook has confirmed the outage on its developer site.

Facebook's outage appears to be global
Facebook's outage appears to

"We're aware that some people are now having trouble accessing the Facebook family of apps".

According to the website Downdetector, which measures outages of popular sites across the web, the problems started at around 1pm on Tuesday, November 20.

We first heard in June that Facebook was working on a feature to help you track and manage the amount of time you spent in its mobile app.

Well, the social media giant is down again, along with its counterpart, Instagram. Were you experiencing issues?

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