Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram services were shut down in different countries of the world last day, due to which Mark Zuckerberg lost 7 billion dollars.
According to media company Bloomberg, the social media website Facebook, and the social media application Instagram and WhatsApp were shut down for about six hours yesterday due to a technical glitch that caused Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s stock to fall 4.9 percent and cost the company 7 7 billion. Had to bear the loss. The main reason for this loss is the closure of Facebook due to users accessing other applications and websites.
Shares of Facebook are the biggest one-day drop since November last year but have improved 0.5 percent since the services were restored.
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Facebook’s suspension of this type of service is the longest shutdown of its kind that has not been tracked to date by the web monitoring group Down Detector. The Facebook administration has blamed the shutdown on a faulty alteration in the configuration that led to a technical glitch and left 3.5 billion users from different countries unable to use WhatsApp, Instagram, and Facebook.
The company’s management did not specify if the configuration was pre-arranged or by whom.
Mike Schrofer, Facebook’s chief technology officer, said in a tweet that it could take some time for the services to be 100% restored.
Facebook services coming back online now – may take some time to get to 100%. To every small and large business, family, and the individual who depends on us, I’m sorry
On the other hand, security experts said that it is possible that a person working in the company may have made a mistake unknowingly, but so far no clear position has been taken by the company management.
WhatsApp, Facebook, and Instagram services around the world have been affected due to which many billions of users associated with these three services have been unable to use these three services.
According to global media, the services of the three social media applications Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram, which are owned by the same company, have been shut down in several countries and there have been reports of services being affected in several countries.
With the suspension of these services, the hashtags WhatsApp # and Facebook #facebookdown became top trends on Twitter worldwide.