Facebook briefly takes over entire Internet with redirection bug

Facebook briefly takes over entire Internet with redirection bug



The Facebook error page to which affected users were redirected.

A bug with Facebook's ubiquitous embedded widgets redirected millions from the websites they were visiting to Facebook itself Thursday. It's now fixed, but for awhile, some of the largest sites in the world were inaccessible.

Visitors to such sites as CNN, The Washington Post, BuzzFeed, the Gawker network (including Gizmodo), and NBC News were instantly transferred to a Facebook error page upon loading the intended site.

Users not logged into Facebook did not get the error, which led people to conclude, correctly, that the problem was with the Facebook Connect service, which governs "likes," "comments" and other Web-based features of the social network.

Facebook declined to disclose the specifics of the error, but offered the following statement via email to NBC News: More here -http://www.nbcnews.com/technology/technolog/facebook-briefly-takes-...

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I know

I know it happen to me, I just shut by computer off.

One less thing I have to worry about - I never had a facebook account, and I don't want one now, more that ever.

fuk zuk! he's laughing at all the dumb goy!  delete ewbook  ... 



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