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Facebook, Spotify, Wikipedia and Discord reported DOWN in severe outage affecting tens of thousands of people worldwide

The MASSIVE internet outage is affecting tens of thousands of internet users.

Facebook, Spotify, Wikipedia, and Discord websites and apps are all down.

Spotify is solving technical difficulties

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Spotify is solving technical difficultiesCredit: Getty

Downdetector has received more than 70,000 complaints that Spotify’s app and website are not working.

Music fans are said to be signed out of their accounts and unable to access their playlists.

Meanwhile, 19,000 Discord users have reported crashes.

A Discord spokesperson said: “We are aware of the issue causing the message error and are working on a fix.

“Sorry for the interruption & thx for the long wait.”

Similarly, Wikipedia users also complain about problems on the encyclopedia website.

And some Facebook users have been having issues with their Messenger app.

Confused internet users took to Twitter to joke about the internet crisis.

One person wrote: “Is it this? Is this the end of time?”

Meanwhile, Microsoft engineer Nick Craver wrote: “Does anyone know what major networking event is happening right now?

“I see Spotify, Discord, Wikipedia, Cloudflare, AWS, Google and Facebook down – that seems more like a backbone issue than anyone’s data center… but still don’t understand why why? star.”

The Sun has reached out to Spotify for comment.

https://www.thesun.ie/tech/8475616/spotify-facebook-wikipedia-discord-reported-down/ Facebook, Spotify, Wikipedia and Discord reported DOWN in severe outage affecting tens of thousands of people worldwide

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