Social media giant Facebook says it has fixed the problems that led to a major outage of its services — Facebook itself, Messenger and Instagram — on Thursday Australian time.
Facebook, Instagram and Facebook Messenger are suffering a prolonged outage across a number of countries, with the social media firm saying it is aware of a problem in some areas, but denying that it is due to a DDoS attack.
Former Facebook Australia and New Zealand chief executive Stephen Scheeler has been appointed chairman of CeBIT Australia.
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