Twitter experienced a Temporary Global Outage !

Following reports from hundreds of users worldwide that social media network was down, Twitter briefly experienced a worldwide outage on Thursday morning.

The social media platform’s users were greeted by a notification that read: “Tweets aren’t loaded right now. Reply again.

Thousands of people started reporting the outage at approximately 8 a.m. EDT, according to Downdetector, a website outage tracking service. A little over an hour later, some users started to have access to Twitter again.

We’re trying to fix the difficulties some of you are encountering with accessing Twitter so that everyone can use it again. At 9:10 a.m. EDT, Twitter Support posted, “Thanks for sticking with us.

On Thursday morning, Twitter’s status page stated that it was “investigating this problem.” Twitter Support reported that social media site “should be up and functioning as expected” just after 12:30 p.m. EDT.

The corporation claimed that “some difficulty with the internal systems that affected many of you internationally” was the cause of the outage.

Twitter frequently had outages in the beginning, but as the service evolved, these issues decreased. Even yet, it has recently had temporary disruptions, like in February.

The Associated Press was informed by Netblocks, an organisation that analyses attempts to deliberately limit internet access, that Twitter was “experiencing large international outages,” but that this was “not due to country-level network disruptions or filtering.”

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