As per report the last time Facebook had a disruption of this magnitude was in 2008, when the site had 150m users compared to around 2.3bn monthly users today. Meanwhile Facebook's main product, its two messaging apps and image-sharing site Instagram were all affected and the cause of the interruption has not yet been made public.
Facebook said in a statement "We're aware that some people are currently having trouble accessing the Facebook family of apps and we are working to resolve the issue as soon as possible." Furthermore Facebook's main service appeared to load and users reported not being able to post.
Furthermore those on Instagram were not able to refresh feeds or post new material. Facebook Messenger's desktop version did not load but the mobile app appeared to allow the sending of some messages; however, users reported glitches with other kinds of content, such as images. WhatsApp, Facebook's other messaging app, had similar problems.
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