Facebook Down Today (4 Oct): 60 Minutes Shut Down Servers

Facebook Down

A “Facebook down” was reported early Monday morning and has affected users worldwide. The site is presently inaccessible, and many people are frustrated because they cannot access their Facebook account or post updates to the social media platform. There have been no official announcements about why Facebook has gone down, but some speculate that it may be due to server issues.

Facebook’s stock prices have also experienced a decline since the Facebook outage began on Monday, with shares dropping by more than 2.5% in pre-market trading hours as of 9:00 am EST on Monday morning – even though Facebook is down for only certain regions of the world.

Reports also said that with Facebook several other social media handles by Facebook also going down. Instagram, Whatsapp were also reported down.

Reasons Why Facebook is down

There are no official announcements about why Facebook has gone down, but some speculate that it may be due to server issues. The latest update on the website’s status page reported that users were experiencing problems with the News Feed and Search functions.

1. People are frustrated because they cannot access their Facebook account or post updates to the popular social media site.

2. There is no official news as to why Facebook is down, but most people speculate that it may be due to server issues.

3. The most recent status update from Facebook reported that users were having problems with the News Feed and Search functions on the site.

A Facebook whistleblower revealed on ’60 Minutes’ Interview Could be the Reason for Today’s FB Down

For weeks, Facebook has been in the middle of an identity crisis after a whistleblower leaked tens of thousands of pages from their internal research and documents. It turns out that this person is one Frances Haugen–a former employee who left for an unknown reason just before releasing them all!

The documents released show that Facebook knows its platforms are being used to spread hate, violence, and misinformation. The company has tried hiding this evidence, but it seems like they haven’t succeeded because more leaks keep coming out every day!

Facebook had a conflict of interest in how it handled user data. The public was being hurt and manipulated by Facebook. Still, instead, they were focusing on making money from advertising to users rather than caring about their interests like increasing profit margins or something else unnecessary.

“60 Minutes” interviewed Haugen, who talked at length about his experience with this subject matter – he is an attorney specializing in privacy law as well as having published several articles related to social media platforms such as Twitter.

You can read the detailed interview article on CNN.

So, that’s might be the reason for today’s Facebook down servers.

Stock market and Facebook outage

Facebook’s stock prices have also experienced a decline since the Facebook outage began on Monday, with shares dropping by more than 2.5% in pre-market trading hours as of 9:00 am EST on Monday morning – even though Facebook is down for only certain regions of the world.

Affected regions of the world

It is unknown why Facebook has gone down for specific regions, but it may be due to server issues.

A Facebook outage occurred early Monday morning and affected North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand users. According to DownDetector’s facebook outage map, the Facebook outage is not affecting everyone, but Facebook users in the United Kingdom, France, and Singapore have been affected the most.

The Facebook outage map at DownDetector does show a few Facebook outages on the west coast of America, Mexico, and some areas in Europe like Greece.

According to Facebook’s own Facebook outage page, Facebook has gone down for North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand – the Facebook outage map at DownDetector shows a few Facebook outages on the west coast of America. Still, facebook users in Mexico have also been affected.

How to fix Facebook if it is down for you (if applicable)

According to Facebook’s social media page, when users log in to the site, they should reload the page, and it should work.

There are no official announcements about why Facebook has gone down, but some speculate that it may be due to server issues. The latest update from Facebook reported that users were having problems with the News Feed and Search functions on the site.

 

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