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Instagram Has Fixed The Outage Which Told People That Their Accounts Got Suspended

Earlier Monday, Instagram experienced an outage that lasted for several hours. The company later confirmed on Twitter that the issue had been fixed. Many Instagram users had their accounts temporarily suspended and were given the message “we suspended your account on October 31, 2022” when the service went down. Some iPhone users complained that the app had recently been crashing and was unusable before an update was released this morning. 

We fixed a flaw that was preventing certain Instagram users from logging in and temporarily altering their follower counts, the company announced. “Sorry!” At 10:14AM ET, the platform reported the problem on Twitter, but it wasn’t fixed until 6PM ET”. Instagram’s CEO, Adam Mosseri, also expressed regret for the service interruption. 

At its peak shortly after Instagram acknowledged the problem, Downdetector received over 7,000 reports; since then, the number of reports has stabilized. 

A brief check of Cristiano Ronaldo’s Instagram at roughly 10:15AM ET revealed that the number of his followers had dropped by 3 million from the 493 million it had the day before, but that it had now recovered to its previous level. The main Instagram account saw a drop of nearly a million followers.

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