WhatsApp users across the globe may be experiencing issues with the messaging app.
Officers were dismissed over a "repulsive" WhatsApp group with a meme comparing Meghan Markle to a racist toy, London's Metropolitan Police confirmed.
During an ongoing misconduct hearing, it is alleged Meghan Markle was compared by officers to a racist toy described by the Jim Crow Museum as "grotesque."
The worker said she received a lecture in response to using the word "hey."
"You don't reply anything!!!! If you've got a clear conscience leave it," one user said.
"The trigger for her raising her concerns was her perception that [Ben Fairbank] was ignoring her work-related requests for help," the tribunal said.
"My boss saw this picture, all my co-workers saw this picture, I feel like I have scarred these older people for life," the post read.
Russian authorities are also reportedly moving to ban Instagram, which is owned by WhatsApp parent company Meta.
"Air raids could hit anywhere and there is nowhere to hide when you're in the open," Kristina Korban told Newsweek via WhatsApp.
Goldman Sachs said in its annual report that it's cooperating as the SEC investigates to see if the company's employees conducted business over messaging apps.
Aneeqa Atteeq was accused of sending caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad and other messages critical of Islam through the messaging app.
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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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.
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