Can’t load Facebook and Instagram? You’re not alone

Can’t load Facebook and Instagram? You’re not alone

Can’t load Facebook and Instagram? You’re not alone

Instagram also experienced issues, with some users unable to log into their accounts.

"We're aware that some people are now having trouble accessing the Facebook family of apps", Facebook tweeted. It also said the outage is not related to a DDoS attack.

According to USA Today, the outage is happening on a worldwide scale with, although it is predominantly affecting those based in the United States and Western Europe.

One said: "Facebook, Messenger and Instagram are down and here I am ranting on Twitter".

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In response to the issues, a number of Facebook Messenger users have taken to Twitter to express their disappointment at the problem.

Other users trying to post status updates on Facebook, including CNET staff, got error messages saying "something went wrong".

More than a third of Facebook users affected by the outage reported that they were experiencing a 'total blackout'.

The outage includes Oculus, Facebook's virtual reality company and Workplace, its corporate comunications software.

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While Facebook's main service appeared to load, users reported not being able to post.

Many of us spend the day alleviating our boredom by scrolling through our social networks.

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