Facebook users experience second technical glitch in a week

Facebook users experience second technical glitch in a week

Facebook users experience second technical glitch in a week

It was unclear what caused the error, however; many people from parts of New Zealand, Australia and North America were affected. The latest affected users on Tuesday morning, though the service had mostly resumed by around 10am. It went on: "Thanks for noticing - we're going to fix it up and have things back to normal soon".

A Facebook spokesperson told Channel NewsAsia that it was "due to a technical issue".

Both Facebook and Twitter are back online in Malaysia.

Some speculated the social media companies may have been targeted by hackers. Here's a look at some of the tweets shared during the Facebook outage.

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No, you're not the only one having trouble getting on Facebook.

Social media users on Tuesday reported not being able to access their accounts.

Aussie Outages page reports the social media giant went down about 11.16am, Gatton Star reports.

According to a map shared by DownDetector, the Facebook outage spread across countries like Canada, parts of the US, Mexico, Australia and later spread to Asian countries like Japan, Malaysia and Indonesia.

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