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Elon Musk’s X has had another worldwide outage.

Elon Musk’s social media network X, previously known as Twitter, had a worldwide outage that lasted more than an hour earlier Thursday. According to their reports, the malfunction, the reason for which is unclear, prohibited users from accessing tweets. The outage also affected X Pro, previously known as TweetDeck.

While users could participate in Spaces and read alerts on Twitter, tweets had disappeared from timelines and profiles, rendering them inaccessible. DownDetector, a web monitoring tool, reported getting over 65,000 user complaints beginning about 9.10 p.m. Pacific time.

This was not Twitter’s first outage; past layoffs exposed the service to further vulnerabilities and dependability difficulties. However, before this occurrence, the service had been comparatively more dependable in previous months.

The network, which was still known as Twitter at the time, had its most recent big outage in early July. Users reported receiving the errors “rate limit exceeded” and “cannot retrieve tweets.” Musk subsequently said that these issues were purposefully generated to prevent massive data harvesting from his platform.

Eltrys Team
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