Facebook and all its services seem to have completely disappeared from the internet, as we mentioned in previous publication.
After a little searching we noticed that the company domain does not exist in the global leaderboards - a very strange situation, as Facebook has its own registrar (which also does not seem to work).
In other words, it seems that someone through Facebook has blocked the websites from the world wide web.
They could be hackers, but from what we see, it seems that someone working on Facebook has decided to pull the plug. Another somewhat more unlikely scenario is some hardware failure, but many racks would have to drop.
Those trying to visit Facebook, Instagram and other company websites will encounter an error NXDOMAIN indicating that domains do not exist. Any service that requires Facebook DNS servers, including the Oculus network, does not work.
For more information we expect some official update.