If you’re having trouble loading tweets this morning, you’re not the only one. As of approximately 8:00 AM ET, tens of thousands of users reported outages Downdetector, a site that chronicles Internet disruptions. After about an hour, the glitch appears to have been fixed.
The shutdown extended to mobile devices, iOS and Android, and also affected services such as TweetDeck. While on Twitter status page indicated that the site is fully functional, many users around the world are still experiencing outages. While the Twitter app and website could load, the platform did not load new tweets or notifications.
Twitter tested similar problem in February, which also lasted almost an hour.
Alas, the global outage is far from Twitter’s biggest problem these days. On Tuesday the company sued SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk is trying to get him to keep his promise to buy the platform for $44 billion. After months of drama, Musk announced his intention to walk out of the binding contract, saying Twitter breached the deal by failing to prove that its longtime bot estimates that only about 5% of monetized daily active users are actually fake. people are not true.
Thus, at present, not only is Twitter down, but the company itself. way down sue Musk. Keep for updates.
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