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Twitter is down for some users

19 May 2017, 08:46 | Patty Hardy

Twitter was down for many users

Twitter was down for many users

The outage was affecting users in Japan, UK and East Coast in the United States however, the company has not yet provided an explanation for the same.

Users are met with an error notice, which reads: "Something is technically wrong".

Through its support handle, it posted a tweet saying some users are facing problems accessing Twitter and Tweeting.

The social networking platform is down for users in some parts of the world. Twitter is aware of the issue and is trying to bring it back to life in the countries mentioned above. We are aware of the issue and are working towards a resolution.

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Website users have been disproportionately affected while fewer reports of issues have been submitted for the mobile application. We will keep you updated as and when the problem gets resolved.

Twitter was down for many users on May 19, 2017.

The US social network's official status page has been updated to reflect the ongoing outages, which were first reported shortly after 7:00 GMT. "Not only has the app itself failed - Twitter's firefighting strategy has proved disappointing", Sven Hammar, founder & chief strategy officer at Apica Systems, which specializes in website testing, optimization and monitoring told RT.

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