Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram services back to normal, Mark Zuckerberg apologised

Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram services have once again returned to normalcy. Mark Zuckerberg recently made a statement apologising for the disruption of Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram services. He said, "Services are now returning to normal.'' In a recent statement, he said, "Sorry for today's disruption, I know how much you trust our services to stay connected with people you care about."

You can all see that today, Tuesday morning, via Twitter, WhatsApp tweeted, "Apologies to those who have not been able to use WhatsApp today. We are slowly and carefully restarting WhatsApp. Thank you very much for your patience. We will continue to keep you updated when we have more information to share."

Let me tell you all that last Monday, Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram services came to a global halt at night, causing difficulty for millions of users in the world, including India, to use these digital platforms. You must be aware that Facebook also owns Instagram and messaging app WhatsApp. The problem of everything stalling started around 9 pm Indian time. Users complained that they were not able to use either of the three forums.

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