Number of Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram users around the world have complained, Friday that the social networks services have all gone down in a huge outage.
The Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities had launched this campaign on CNN International and on various social media platforms mid-March.
American coffeehouse, Starbucks, is facing a backlash by Egypt’s social media users for raising the prices of its coffee with nearly up to 25 percent.
Twitter has labeled a tweet for Ethiopian Prime Minster Abiy Ahmed as “abusive behavior”, shortly after deleting a post for the same reason from Facebook after urging citizens to “bury” the rebel Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF) in Tigray.
Facebook Inc (FB.O) is now called Meta, the company said on Thursday, in a rebrand that focuses on its ambitions building the "metaverse," a shared virtual environment that it bets will be the next big computing platform.
Facebook apologized, Friday for another breakdown in its apps and products, saying that they are aware some people are having troubles using their apps and products and that they are working to get things back to normal as quickly as possible.
A sudden, unexpected outage for social media late on Monday hit the whole world, causing everything literally to stop
Facebook and its WhatsApp and Instagram apps went dark at around noon Eastern time, in what website monitoring group Downdetector said was the largest such failure it had ever seen, with 10.6 million problem reports globally.
Facebook and a number of its affiliated websites suffered a technical malfunction on Monday evening, without revealing the reason behind this malfunction so far.
"We’re aware that some people are having trouble accessing our apps and products. We’re working to get things back to normal as quickly as possible,” the company's account wrote in his tweet.
Social media giant Facebook has designated Taliban as a terrorist group and banned its content from its platforms, including Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp.
Facebook’s global community comes together across its apps to celebrate the Holy Month by exploring, inspiring and expressing good
On February 4, many important events that changed the world map took place.
Why it matters: President Trump has been using social media, particularly Facebook and Twitter, to get out his message, which has included continued baseless claims of election fraud and praise for those who occupied the Capitol.
Facebook Inc said on Thursday it has removed the page of Australian celebrity chef turned conspiracy theorist Pete Evans for spreading misinformation about COVID-19.
Facebook has announced the partnership and cooperation with the National Council for Women in Egypt, in support of the protection of women on the Facebook platform
Terrorist Muslim Brotherhood web trolls have been attempting to stage mass protests across Egypt through sowing discord and spreading fake news and lies about key state figures.
It called on Facebook to expand its monitoring to prevent the terrorist organizations from sowing the seeds of sedition on the internet.
Health Minister Hala Zayed announced that the ministry cooperated with Facebook to regulate blood plasma donation.
Appointing Yemini Tawakkol Karman as member of the Oversight Board affiliated with Facebook earlier in May has raised international concern that turned into petitions published on change. Org platform