Facebook is Down: Users Report Error Messages for Social Media Site

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Facebook is back up people stop talking to each other in person Facebook is down. It's OK it always comes back

Facebook appears to be back online for users who encountered the outage Monday.

Many Facebook users had trouble accessing the social media network from a desktop device and received this message "Sorry, something went wrong".

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This error message popped up when we tried to get on Facebook.

Facebook's stock was down along with the broader tech markets Monday. "We quickly investigated and restored access for everyone".

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More than 1,000 people reported having issues connecting to the site on DownDetector. "We're sorry for the inconvenience", Facebook said.

The hashtag #FacebookDown yielded an energetic conversation among Twitter users, and prompted many folks with otherwise dormant accounts to send out some of their very first tweets. The social media giant was reporting outages all over Canada and the United States. Some claimed they were struggling to log into the Messenger and Facebook app. A map indicated that the problems were concentrated in the Northeast U.S. and in southern Brazil.

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UPDATE: Nov. 12, 2018, 11:53 a.m. PST: According to the same company spokesperson, everything is now fixed.

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