Affecting thousands of users globally
According to outage monitoring website Downdetector, Twitter Inc. experienced its first outage since February on Thursday, affecting thousands of users globally.
According to the website, there were over 27,000 instances where users reported problems with Twitter in the US.
Reported problems with Twitter
Users in other nations, such as the UK, Mexico, Brazil, and Italy, also reported problems with Twitter.
What caused the outage was unclear. A request for comment from Twitter did not immediately receive a response.
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In February, there was a problem with Twitter that caused thousands of users to experience service interruptions.
Later, it claimed to have fixed a software issue with its microblogging platform.
The outage occurred just days after Twitter filed a lawsuit against Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla Inc., accusing him of breaking the terms of his $44 billion purchase agreement. Twitter asked a Delaware court to order the world’s richest man to complete the merger at the agreed-upon $54.20 per Twitter share.