All of the content uploaded to Myspace before 2016 is now gone. The social network says that a faulty server migration caused the mass deletion about a year ago erasing pictures, videos and more than 50-million songs from artists like Lily Allen and the Arctic Monkeys. This loss is permanent, according to a company spokesperson.
Last year, Myspace had claimed the deletion was a temporary error and would be fixed, but said the opposite by July causing skepticism across the Internet.
Many have compared this incident to similar data losses from failed websites like Geocities and Google Plus.