Meta’s social media platforms – WhatsApp, Instagram, and Facebook – have been partially restored in Pakistan after many users said they could not access them globally on Wednesday.
Downdetector, which tracks inaccuracies by collecting official reports from multiple sources as well as user-reported errors on its platform, also reported that social media was down. .
The breach was announced just two days after Instagram’s global meltdown. Meta management said Monday it is looking into an issue that has prevented thousands of its users from accessing the photo-sharing site, with some of them complaining about their accounts being suspended.
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“We know that some of you are having trouble accessing your Instagram account. We are investigating and apologize for the inconvenience,” said Instagram, owned by Meta Platforms Inc (META.O), in on his Twitter account.
The error tracking website said the apps went down at 5pm. #WhatsAppDown started trending on Twitter in Pakistan soon after.
After hundreds of complaints about linking and logging into accounts on Twitter some users said they were able to send and receive messages on WhatsApp.
Meta has yet to address the issue.
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