Instagram down: Photo-sharing app suffers global outage, including India, for second time in past 7 days

New Delhi, October 31: Thousands of Instagram users around the world reported issues when the outage began on Monday morning, locking users out and telling many that “we’ve suspended your account.”

According to Daily Record, the platform confirmed the issue on Twitter and apologized.

“We are aware that some of you are having difficulty accessing your Instagram account.” We are reviewing the matter and apologize for the inconvenience caused,” the company tweeted. My funny Instagram Down memes and #InstagramDown jokes are going viral as people worry about their accounts being suspended or deleted!

Instagram’s policy states that they can disable certain accounts that violate community guidelines, such as illegal accounts, bullying, hate speech, spamming, or violating intellectual property rights, according to the report. . Instagram down? Users are reporting an outage that accounts have been hacked, suspended for no reason; Photo-sharing app apologizes for the inconvenience

Twitter is also trending with the #InstagramDown hashtag as hundreds of people were having similar issues logging into their accounts.

Several users said they were unable to appeal Instagram’s decision, which resulted in their accounts being disconnected and their email address and password unavailable, it said. he adds.

Meanwhile, users in India and several parts of the world also reported issues with Instagram last week.

On Downdetector, an online platform that provides users with real-time information on the status of various websites and services, more than 900 users in India reported problems accessing Instagram.

(The story above first appeared on LatestLY on October 31, 2022 at 10:33 p.m. IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and fashion of life, log on to our website

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