Twitter suffers its second serious fall of the Musk era | Technology | The USA Print

Twitter has experienced failures from eleven in the morning until after one, Spanish peninsular time. The social network did not load the messages written by the users nor did it allow the home page to be updated. Yes, new ones could be written. postbut the history, or timelineI didn’t pick them up normally. The problems have occurred both in the mobile application and on the computer. The company has not yet communicated what caused the failures.

The DownDetector website, specialized in registering mishaps in Internet-connected services in real time, has detected incidents since eleven in the morning, Spanish peninsular time, involving thousands of users from various countries. In the US, at least 4,500 users have opened an incident on DownDetector, according to Reuters. Another 1,600 French users have also reported having problems with the social network, according to AFP. In Spain, more than 2,000 complaints have been recorded, although not all users who experience mishaps with the application report it.

This is the second major crash of the systems since Elon Musk acquired Twitter in October of last year for 44,000 million dollars (about 41,000 million euros). The first significant failure occurred at the end of December, when the social network caused problems for several hours for tens of thousands of users around the world. On that occasion, access to the social network was blocked and some of its key functions failed, such as being able to access the account from the computer or the impossibility of uploading certain tweets.

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One of the measures that Musk carried out after taking over the social network was to fire more than half of the workforce. This aroused complaints from many observers, considering that the platform’s systems could be left unprotected in the event of an unforeseen event.

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