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Facebook is DOWN! Users across North America report total blackout or issues with News Feed

If you are experiencing a total Facebook blackout- you are not alone.

The social media platform is experiencing an outage across North America, with major cities such as Chicago and Boston in the US, along with Montreal in Canada, Mexico City to the south and parts of South America.

Issue reports began to slow trickle in to DownDetector.com around 4pm ET with users citing problems with News Feed, logging in or accessing the platform entirely.

Both the app and desktop site seem to be experiencing glitches, with more than 11,000 users plagued with issues.

Issue reports began to slow trickle in to DownDetector.com around 4pm ET with users citing problems with News Feed, logging in or accessing the platform entirely. Both the app and desktop site seem to be experiencing glitches, with more than 11,000 users plagued with issues

Issue reports began to slow trickle in to DownDetector.com around 4pm ET with users citing problems with News Feed, logging in or accessing the platform entirely. Both the app and desktop site seem to be experiencing glitches, with more than 11,000 users plagued with issues

 DownDetector, which monitors service of online platforms, showed issue reports starting at 3:40pm ET with 36 complaints and quickly spiked to more than 11,000.

The largest problem plaguing users seems to be a total blackout.

Users are being shown a blank page with a wrench in the center and text underneath that reads: ‘This Page Isn’t Available Right Now.’

‘This may be because of a technical error that we’re working on to fix. Try reloading this page.’

However, the users have been reloading over and over again without any success.

Although the outage is plaguing North and South America, it seems to be concentrated in specific areas.

In the US, users from New England, the Chicago area and parts of the midwest are down.

Then Mexico City and Guadalajara in Mexico are also experiencing problems with the social media site.

Peru and Sao Paulo in South America are both blazing red on DownDetector’s map, along with Montreal in Canada to the north. 

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