‘Elon’s ultimate troll’: Musk says Twitter ‘works for me’, as he dismisses tens of thousands of users reporting massive outages worldwide I can see it.
- Twitter suffered a massive outage affecting thousands on Wednesday night
- ‘It works for me,’ Musk replied to a user who asked if Twitter was broken
- Reports of Twitter outages dropped sharply by late Wednesday night
- Musk tweeted that Twitter has made a “major change to the backend server architecture.”
Amid peak turmoil, chief tweet Elon Musk responded to a tweet asking if the service was down by tweeting that it “works for me.”
“Elon the ultimate troll. Everyone’s feeds are broken and he’s fine,” one Twitter user responded.
Downdetector, a website that tracks outages through various sources, including user reports, found that more than 10,000 US users were affected, with around 2,500 coming from the US. Japan About 2,500 from Britain at the peak of the turmoil.
Reports of the Twitter outage dropped sharply by late Wednesday night. Shortly before midnight, Musk tweeted: Twitter should feel faster.
Twitter suffered a massive outage on Wednesday that left tens of thousands of users around the world unable to access the popular social media platform or use its core features.
Amidst the peak of confusion, Twit Chief Elon Musk responded to a tweet asking if the service was down by tweeting that it “works for me.”
It was not immediately clear if the outage was related to server changes, and Twitter did not immediately respond to DailyMail.com’s request for comment.
of social networks status page indicates that all systems are operational and does not list the incident reported on Wednesday.
During the outage, some users were unable to log into their Twitter accounts from their desktops or laptops. This issue also affected features such as mobile apps and notifications.
The hashtag #TwitterDown is trending on social media sites, with people sharing updates and memes about service disruptions on Twitter.
When I tried to log into Twitter from my desktop, I got the following error message: Let’s try again.
Downdetector, a website that tracks outages through various sources, including user reports, showed more than 10,000 US users affected.
Downdetector showed tens of thousands of user reports of Twitter issues.
Twitter CEO Elon Musk tweeted that the service is still available.
“It works for me,” Musk posted to a user who asked if Twitter was broken.
The outage comes two months after Musk’s $44 billion acquisition of Twitter.
By some estimates, hundreds of Twitter employees left the social media company in November. This included engineers responsible for fixing bugs and preventing outages.
Other big tech companies have also suffered outages this year.
In July, Rogers Telecommunications, Canada’s largest telecom operator, shut down for nearly 19 hours, cutting off millions of people’s access to banking, transportation and government.
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