Two of the most popular photo and video sharing services went offline simultaneously over the weekend, causing frustrated users to take to Twitter to vent their rage.
Millions of users were locked out of Facebook on Wednesday morning, after an "internal issue" caused the social networking giant to crash temporarily.
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