Twitter Inc. users reported problems loading the service on Wednesday in the latest outage since billionaire Elon Musk took over the company and fired thousands of workers.
Users started reporting problems loading tweets from the site just before 10 a.m. London time on Tuesday, according to outage tracking platform, Downdetector.
This follows problems last month that prevented users in the US and Asia from tweeting, checking messages or following new accounts.
An email seeking comment from Twitter wasn’t returned immediately; the company previously laid off its entire public relations department.
Twitter has seen sweeping staff cuts, which started with a 50% reduction in employees after Musk took over last year in a bid to drive down costs following his $44 billion acquisition. The company fired additional staff on Saturday, including workers in the engineering and product departments, people familiar with the matter said.
Musk last year eliminated more than 3,700 jobs at Twitter, or half of the company’s workforce.
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