The Elon Musk-owned Twitter is brownout in Australia and New Zealand; it seems users residing in these counties have been encountering emanate reaching the social media platforms for nearly 15 hours; the newly restructured Twitter is still palpitating with trustworthiness challenges amid cost-cutting extents.
The dimout began at 3:30 am Thursday IST; the disruption has been gathered through users’ tweets and DownDetector, a web surveillance tool that hunts down reliability issues. The app didn’t go blackout utterly. Instead, it causes tweets to be seen in a raw format, and the platform appears to be half-cooked bacon loitering before the waiting hall. The glitch seems to be impacting innocent users in Australia and New Zealand.
According to DownDetector, it is not an appreciable issue with many users. The main ground of the problem is still lying in the treasure, never to be found. However, many users can access the platform after flying through different countries with a VPN app. Even though a few users didn’t fail to appreciate it, the team restored the platform to work fine. Still, the complaints are downpouring on the Valley.
Twitter faced a global disruption in its services last week after Musk declared that he had rolled out “significant backend server architecture changes” and that it must take Twitter to feel a bit “faster.”
Musk bought Twitter for a whopping $44 billion in October. Then, a lot of unprecedented steps were taken by him to cut Twitter’s expenses. Firstly, he started to eliminate thousands of employees, many of whom were dedicated to maintaining the service’s infrastructure. The platform has lost its potential, but it will be recovered soon.