The lingerie company founder is alleged to have sent "racist" messages to a man of Indian heritage after a dispute in 2019.
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Representative Ocasio-Cortez previously said that Facebook has "incredibly destructive effects on free society and democracy."
Twitter users have joked that a rebranding of Facebook could see it return to its original name.
Snapchat users have suffered with difficulties posting pictures, with some even complaining about being unable to access the app or send messages.
Along with Facebook, users are reporting that Facebook-owned apps Instagram and WhatsApp are also down.
Social media users also noted how GETTR was hacked on its first day and Parler taken offline for weeks following the January 6 U.S. Capitol attack.
QAnon followers said the outage could have been part of a predicted 10-day nationwide blackout.
Zuckerberg's net worth has been plummeting, with his company losing value since mid-September, when leaked internal documents were first published.
The latest outage saw over 10.6 million Facebook problem reports recorded worldwide, including more than 1.7 million in the U.S., according to Downdetector.
The outage meant hundreds of millions of people in Latin America could not communicate on the messaging app for several hours.
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The information posted by hackers appeared to be legitimate, but there is reason to suspect that it might have been a scam.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren also chimed in to break up "Big Tech."
The social media and messaging platforms were not working properly on Monday morning for users worldwide.
WhatsApp promises its users their messages are strictly private, but a ProPublica investigation suggests otherwise.
The Thursday decision from Ireland's Data Protection Commission handed down the second-largest fine under Europe's privacy law.
"Civil society and technical experts around the world have consistently argued that a requirement to "trace" private messages would break end-to-end encryption and lead to real abuse," WhatsApp said in a statement.
Seventeen journalists in Gaza reported to the Associated Press that they had suddenly lost access to their WhatsApp accounts following the cease-fire announcement on Friday.
Rumors about the security of private messages on WhatsApp have swirled on social media after it said users would have to agree to the new policy or stop using the app.
Our son's first direct interaction with technology has been tremulous, pixelated images of his loved ones, along with their distant scratchy voices, emitting from a seven-inch screen.
The messaging app claims that an Israeli spyware company has responsibility for human rights violations and helped hack government officials, journalists and dissidents.
"We've seen a significant increase in the amount of forwarding which users have told us can feel overwhelming and can contribute to the spread of misinformation," WhatsApp said.
"We know that the more we connect, the more we have to protect. As we conduct more of our lives online, protecting our conversations is more important than ever," the company said in a blog post.
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Facebook has sued the NSO Group for allegedly perpetrating a WhatsApp hack that targeted politicians and journalists in at least three different countries.