Telegram CEO Pavel Durov claimed that in the last 24 hours, 3 million users have signed up for Telegram. The company later stated that its services were coming back online. WhatsApp and Instagram were facing outages globally and was down.
The outage affected millions of users across several regions, continents and countries-and according to Facebook, this was caused by a "server configuration change". We've asked Facebook how it intends to resolve its issues with angry advertisers, but did not receive an immediate reply.
Also on Thursday, two Facebook senior executives said that they would leave the company - Chief Product Officer, Chris Cox, and WhatsApp Vice President, Chris Daniels.
Since Wednesday, Facebook users worldwide reported problems logging into their accounts, sharing posts on its website and Instagram and not being able to refresh feeds or post new files using the social media giant's family of apps. "We are very sorry for the inconvenience and we appreciate everyone's patience".
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"Instagram was down for a few hours so here I am".
The outage led to an uproar from Facebook users, who took to Twitter to complain about the problems. Facebook has pinned the error a "server configuration change", which is vague enough to avoid deeper probing, and subsequent troubleshooting from armchair experts.
Earlier in the month, Facebook owner Mark Zuckerberg spoke about the importance of private messaging and outlined his privacy focussed vision for social networking. In case you are not aware, Facebook controls 22 percent of the digital advertising market and makes an estimated US$90 million a day of advertising revenue so yesterday's downtime will definitely have significant ramifications.
A spokesman for the social network said the company was cooperating with investigators in multiple federal probes, without addressing the grand jury inquiry specifically.