Instagram is experiencing instability this Monday morning (31). Several users of the social network point out difficulties to access the platform, others report that they received the message that their profiles were deactivated.
According to the DownDetector portal, which monitors the functioning of social networks, the problem began to emerge around 9:40 am. The main complaint involves account banning.
Users report that Instagram claims they violated the social network’s guidelines and therefore had their profiles disabled. On its official Twitter profile, Instagram said it was aware of the issues. “We are aware that some of you are having trouble accessing your Instagram account. We are looking into it and apologize for the inconvenience.”
“Your account has been disabled for violating our terms. Learn how you can restore your account,” reads a message from the platform that directs users to an appeal tab.
As usual, Twitter users did not forgive the fall of Instagram and began to publish several complaints about Meta’s platform.
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With some frequency, we come across problems that affect all social networks, and are a nuisance for their users, preventing the use of platform tools, or their full use. Quickly everyone knows when a social network goes down, but do we understand why this happens?
With this in mind, the Digital Look talked to Arthur Igreja, a technology specialist, who explained the main reasons for social network downfalls to happen.
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