Twitter said tweets should now appear after a quick fix, although other parts of the site may not work yet.
According to the outage tracking website, Twitter was offline for several users on Wednesday night and most reported problems with the social media platform’s website.
Twitter says it is working to fix the problem. More than 6,000 user reports have indicated problems with Twitter since 01:40 GMT (7:10 IST). About 93 percent of them are linked to their website. That number dropped to more than 2,600 user reports in one hour.
“Profile tweets may not be uploaded to some of you on the web and we are working on a fix,” Twitter Support said in a tweet.
Another tweet soon followed: “Tweets should now be visible on profiles, but other parts of Twitter for the web may not load for you. We continue to bring things back to normal. Downdetector detects outages by collecting status reports from various sources. bugs posted on the platform by users.
In other Twitter news, on June 30, two FIRs in Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh were filed against senior officials of the Indian Twitter office via the social media platform with a distorted map of the country.
Delhi police also said they had filed a lawsuit against Twitter in a complaint from the National Commission for the Protection of the Rights of the Child (NCPCR) because they believed they were accessing child sexual abuse on the social media platform.
This is the latest conflict between Twitter and the Indian authorities. With the social media giant embroiled in a battle with the central government for failing to comply with the new cyber rules, Twitter India CEO Manish Maheshwari was recently subpoenaed by Ghaziabad police to investigate a suspicious video that was posted. an elderly Muslim.
Uttar Pradesh police have now prevented the Supreme Court from taking coercive measures against Maheshwari in the case ordered by the Karnataka High Court.
The first FIR on the wrong card issuance was filed Monday evening at the Khurja Nagar Police Station in the Bulandshahr district of Uttar Pradesh against Maheshwari and Amrita Tripathi, chief of news companies under Article 505(2) of the Indian Penalty Code, based on a complaint from a right-wing Bajrang Dal official.
Section 505 (2) refers to “statements that create or promote enmity, hatred or ill will between classes”.
Under the FIR, requests according to art. 74 of the Information Technology Act (publication for fraudulent purposes).
Twitter removed the wrong map showing the Union territories of Ladakh, Jammu, and Kashmir outside India after an uprising on Monday.