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Index – Tech-Science – Messenger has stopped

Index - Tech-Science - Messenger has stopped

Facebook Messenger is lagging or not forwarding messages at all. Bugs have been reported in the messaging service in Europe since Thursday morning, including in Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Belgium, Croatia, France, the United Kingdom, Greece, Hungary and Romania. Outside Europe, closures have been reported from South Asia and New York. The worst case is in the Philippines, where Messenger does not work at all.

a Downdetector You can indicate that the service has stopped on page 1, and you can also write an error message there. Site operators write that reach has now dropped to the most significant level in the last 24 hours.

Facebook said on Thursday that users may be experiencing outages in Messenger, Instagram, Workplace, and WhatsApp. The company said it was working to fix the bug.

The technical problem comes just a few hours after it was announced that the US Federal Trade Commission and prosecutors in 47 states would file separate lawsuits against Facebook with the goal of Disconnect Instagram and WhatsApp to crack The company’s social media monopoly.

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