Instagram Outage Affects Over 180,000 Users

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Instagram is back up and running after a brief outage that affected over 180,000 users on Sunday. The outage, which began around 5:45 p.m. EST, caused users to be unable to access the app or website. Instagram confirmed the outage on Twitter, saying that it was “working to resolve the issue as quickly as possible.” The outage lasted for about an hour before Instagram was restored.

The cause of the outage is not yet known, but it is possible that it was caused by a technical glitch. Instagram has not released any further information about the outage.

The outage affected users around the world, and it caused some disruptions to businesses and organizations that use Instagram for marketing and communication. However, the outage did not appear to have any major impact on Instagram’s overall user base.

Instagram is a popular social media platform with over 1 billion active users. The app allows users to share photos and videos, and it has become a popular way for people to connect with friends and family.

The outage is a reminder that even the most popular social media platforms are not immune to technical glitches. However, Instagram has a good track record of quickly resolving outages, and the app was back up and running in a relatively short amount of time.


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