Facebook restores services after three-hour-outage

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Social networking companies Facebook and Instagram should be proactive in informing ts many users about the causes of its outage problems, insists Augusto Beato, a social media analyst of Portland SEO.

Facebook is pulling a feature that allowed users to send money to friends through its Messenger app nearly a year and a half after launching it in the UK.

Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp are back online after temporarily being down on Sunday.

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The issue comes after Facebook experienced one of its longest inconvenience or breakdown in the month of March when a few clients around the world couldn't get to Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp for over 24 hours.

Downdetector.com reported that there were over 12,000 reports of issues while Facebook was at its peak. "In addition, the main Facebook.com domain is also seemingly unavailable", the report said. A Facebook representative told the media that prior today, a few people may have experienced difficulty interfacing with the group of applications. According to the Down Detector website, Facebook began experiencing technical issues at about 6.30am US Eastern Time with users affected worldwide. "Supposedly Facebook, insta and WhatsApp are all down but couldn't care less about the other 2 just want my WhatsApp lol!" "What is wrong with Facebook", Kularakkhita asked in a tweet from Thailand.

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