Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp & And Whole Lot Of Other Things Are Down At The Moment…. Maybe Someone Decided To #DeleteFacebook ?

Isn’t it ironic that less than 24 hours after being outed as the cause of all evil on planet Earth, Facebook and a whole lot of related services have gone down according to Down Detector? I bet that a whole lot of people at Facebook don’t feel that way as they are likely doing everything possible to get Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, and the login services that they provide back online.

Personally, I would feel that the world would be better off if Facebook stayed down. But I’ll update this post with news when it (unfortunately) comes back online.

UPDATE: So this is mind blowing:

How in the world did that happen? And it’s actually worse than that:

This is simply catastrophic. And I am sure that this is making the #DeleteFacebook crowd very happy.

UPDATE #2: Facebook and their related services are slowing starting come back on line…. Six or so hours after this disaster began. Here’s what happened:

Here’s a definition of BGP or Border Gateway Protocol. Total #EpicFail on the part of Facebook. It exposes some serious weaknesses in the platform and how it is managed at a time where they didn’t need trouble on top of the trouble that they already have.

Oh well, for those on Facebook or Instagram, they can stop acting like a smoker going through withdraws now.

UPDATE #3: Not only was it a rough day for Facebook and their stockholders, but it was especially hard on CEO Mark Zuckerberg. According to Bloomberg, Zuckerberg’s personal wealth has fallen by more than $6 billion in just a few hours. I feel so sorry for him….. #Sarcasm

UPDATE #4: Facebook just posted this… Ironically on Twitter.

2 Responses to “Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp & And Whole Lot Of Other Things Are Down At The Moment…. Maybe Someone Decided To #DeleteFacebook ?”

  1. […] Yesterday’s Facebook outage was massive and could not have come at a worse time for the company given all the issues that it is facing at the moment. But in an attempt at damage control, the company put out a blog post explaining what happened yesterday: […]

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