The biggest failure in Facebook history

The biggest failure in Facebook history

By qsyal | qsyal | 14 Mar 2019


Yesterday, the Internet was an exceptional event, which is not repeated very often. It is a major flaw in the social networking site Facebook, along with other products such as WhatsApp and Instagram, which created a state of destruction and anger among users.

 

Since yesterday evening, many users have had difficulty accessing Facebook services and other related applications such as Messenger, Intragam and WattsApp, which has been noticed in deffirent regions of the world, but more in the United States, Europe and the Middle East.

 

The recorded problems ranged from the impossibility of access to these services or the inability to publish images and videos or comments and the inability to send pictures and text messages, but strangely, this went on for hours, which led many users to assert that it is an organized electronic attack .This rumor  was absolutely denied by Facebook, and since yesterday pointed out the various accounts that they solve the problem and is aware of, before things get back to normal gradually.

If it comes to me, I think that with more efficient social networks than Facebook like steemit and and publish0x , I am ready to give up Facebook at any moment . Rather, I think it is time for people to abandon the centralized sites and instead go to sites based on the Blockchain.

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14/9/2019

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