Facebook users face problems logging on, posting updates

 

Facebook users reported trouble logging in and posting updates Monday morning.

Some users tried logging in, only to see a “temporary disruption of service” warning.

“Servers are down.,” one user posted on Twitter.

“So, it’s not just me,” posted another.

By 9:30 a.m., many users were up and running again.

By noon, all users were able to log in again, according to Facebook.

The company released this statement around 11:30 a.m.: "Earlier this morning, while performing some network maintenance, we experienced an issue that prevented some users from posting to Facebook for a brief period of time. We resolved the issue quickly, and we are now back to 100%. We're sorry for any inconvenience we may have caused."

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