Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp back up after widespread outages | CBC News

Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp back up after widespread outages | CBC News

2019-04-14T14:40:34+01:00April 14th, 2019|Tags: , , , |

On Sunday April 14, 2019, CBC wrote:
Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp were temporarily down early Sunday. All three social media platforms, including Facebook Messenger, were affected by the outage.

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Canada's home for News, Entertainment, Sports, Music and much more Cbc has recently written 9 articles on similar topics including facebook:
  • "While some see Facebook's ban of far-right political commentator Faith Goldy and several Canadian groups promoting white nationalism as encouraging, others, including the Canadian Civil Liberties Association, warn there's a fine line between free expression and hate speech". (April 14, 2019)
  • "Employment Minister Patty Hajdu is calling on the Canadian Human Rights Commission to examine the way Facebook allows employers to microtarget job ads to particular age ranges, something experts say could violate Canadian human rights laws". (April 9, 2019)
  • "Facebook is allowing employers — including federal, provincial and municipal governments — to post job ads that target prospective employees in a way that some experts say could violate Canadian human rights law, CBC News has learned". (April 8, 2019)
  • "In an opinion piece in the Washington Post, Mark Zuckerberg said governments and regulators, rather than private companies like Facebook, should be more active in policing the Internet". (April 1, 2019)
  • "Facebook is extending its ban on hate speech to prohibit the promotion and support of white nationalism and white separatism". (March 27, 2019)
  • "Facebook says it stored millions of its users' passwords in plain text for years". (March 21, 2019)
  • "Facebook says it is aware of outages on its platforms including Facebook, Messenger and Instagram and is working to resolve the issue". (March 14, 2019)
  • "NDP MP Charlie Angus is calling on Canada's lobbying commissioner to investigate social media giant Facebook after leaked internal company e-mails revealed the company met with Conservative cabinet ministers but didn't report those meetings to the lobbying commissioner's office". (March 5, 2019)
  • "Facebook promised to open a data centre in Canada to create jobs, in exchange for the federal government offering assurances that it would not impose its jurisdiction over the company's non-Canadian data". (March 4, 2019)