The popular photo sharing app Instagram has stopped working again, nearly 11 days after Instagram went down for 45 minutes.
According to DownDetector, the issues started at around 15:08 BST (10:08 AM EDT), and are affecting users around the world.
While the reason for the outage remains unclear, of those who reported problems, 60 per cent said they were having issues with the news-feed, 22 per cent couldn’t log-in and 16 per cent were struggling with the website.
Instagram is yet to comment on the outage, which appears to be the third it’s experienced in March alone.
Like last time, Twitter, however, is still working, and Twitteratis quickly took to the micro-blogging website, flooding it with memes.
Here’s a look at some of the hilarious reactions
In August, Gmail was down for seven hours.
Before that, on August 20 this year, Gmail was stagnating for about seven hours, after which users of many countries including India were not able to send emails.
Many users had also complained of attachment failure. Apart from Gmail, people had to face difficulties in Google Drive, Google Docs, Google Keep, Google Chat and Google Meet.
How to delete all the information that advertising companies have about you?
Not only does Google have all the information about you but it also provides all this information to the advertising companies. That’s why you often see the same ads you are looking for.
But even that shouldn’t be a problem because you can find out what information Google is giving you to these companies. To find out, go to your Google Account and go to the ‘Personal Info & Privacy’ box.
There you click on the ‘Ad Settings’ option and then click on ‘Manage Ad Settings’.
There you will see the ‘Ad Personalization’ option which you can turn off and after that you will not see any ads related to the things you search on Google.
Delete your Google location information
If you use an Android phone, Google keeps a list of all the places you’ve visited with your phone. To delete all this information, go to the Google Maps page and select ‘Location Tracking’ from it and delete all your history from there.