Facebook has confronted one of the worst service emergency in history, and its main service has been blocked entirely from users worldwide for Wednesday, promoting angry recovery the world.
The last worrying time on Facebook in 2008 when the number of users was just 150 million, and the current number of users was 2.3 billion.
The problem has affected Facebook's main alerts, the main messages for messages, as well as Intergram's exchange of images.
Facebook has not yet been identified as to why the service was canceled.
"We recognize that some people are currently having difficulty getting into the Facebook application series," the company said in a statement.
"We're working to solve the problem as quickly as possible," said the statement.
Responding to rumors placed on other social networks, the company said it was not a service break because of service denial attacks, called DDoS, a type of electronic attack by simply t provide a service targeted in a large volume of data supplied and circulated to prevent service and stop.
How extensive is the problem?
The problem is thought to have started around 4pm on Wednesday yesterday.
Although the main Facebook service was like a big thing, users were told they could not publish them.
Instagram users can't update their accounts or publish new materials, and a desktop version of the messaging service fails. However, the mobile phone seemed to offer some messages, but some of the items such as photographs were reported as having bugs. WhatsApp Facebook has similar problems.
The third-party service breakdown map shows that the global problem is global. DownDetector monitors consumer contributions to other social networks which show that they have lost service elsewhere.
This problem also affected the workplace service from Facebook Facebook Workplace, the corporate communications service for the organization.
Rebecca Bruker, the Buenos Aires photographer for the BBC, said the work had a big impact on their work.
"I try to communicate with my team in New York. Facebook's place is the only channel (for communication) by email."
"Facebook is good for personal use, but what happens when we rely on large companies like this to provide business services?"
In Britain, Dr. Graham spoke of Nikhil Janjoo, pediatric consultant to the BBC, has been on staff tribute that they cannot attend a special reception for a beloved nurse who retired after 20 years.
“As a working day, most of the councilors were unable to attend the concert. I attended from them but I couldn't put them the pictures they added.
The service service discussed the company 's support role for US partner applicants and discussed whether large technology companies should be split, not just Facebook.
“We must stop this generation of large technology companies from using their political powers to create laws in their favor and strengthen their economic power to win anyone in the competition. or buy, ”said Elizabeth Warren, who hopes to be a Democratic nominee for the next election in the USA.
Painter Rebecca Bruker mentioned the issue on Twitter. "Look at what happens when we let one company keep control of everything."
“I thought this could happen in the end, but it is very difficult to be part of this monopoly,” she said.
What is it?
Despite breaking Facebook and Entstagram, many people turned to Twitter to ridicule the disruption of service and launch a joke.
The #FacebookDown and #InstagramDown tags have been used or celebrated over 150,000 hours so far.
Some Twitter users who are working on Facebook-related posts display panic and sadness at being unable to use the site.
"Although there have been many jokes about worrying on the social service and social disruption," no-one remembers how they could get to family and friends or to update it. "
The biggest question that users have had discussions with is that the Facebook infringement has become increasingly dependent on social networking sites, which they may not have knew before.
Bun: BBC Arabic