If you listened quietly on Thursday, you could hear the collective cries of influential people in Instagram, wherever there would be no question of where the next meal is coming from
. which comes from people who liked their message when the Facebook application pack was down for the whole time.
Network disturbances have affected Facebook, Messenger, Instagram and WhatsApp, which has resulted in users being seriously mired. , which lasts about eight hours and reminds us all the time before we were flooded with a constant stream of children's photos of our friend.
Downdetector, a site that monitors network disconnection from popular online services, said it was the biggest breakthrough
"For the duration, it is by far the biggest disconnection that we've seen since the launch of the Downdetector in 201
"Our systems processed about 7.5 million reports of end-user issues during this incident.
Despite the initial theory of conspiracy that hackers are to blame, the reality seems far more favorable.
Earlier this morning, Facebook accused of fiasco
"Yesterday, as a result of server configuration changes, many people had problems accessing our applications and services," the company says on Twitter.
"Now we have solved the problems and our systems are restored. We are very sorry for the inconvenience and appreciate everyone's patience.
When the chaos unfolded on Twitter, the company quickly abandoned the speculation that the problem was the result of a "denial of service" attack – a type of cyber attack
Facebook issues came the day after Google experienced serious problems with their services including Google Drive and Gmail, resulting in many jobs being stopped.
This is a reminder of how we are completely dependent on digital efforts in the Silicon Valley and could add fuel to the fire in the ongoing debate about whether they should be broken down by the company, including News Cor p Australia, the publisher of this website, advocated Google and Facebook being broken down because of their inconvenience in delivering digital news and revenue from online advertising.