Twitter is crashing, preventing users around the world from downloading tweets or viewing profiles.

Twitter is crashing, preventing users around the world from downloading tweets or viewing profiles.

Twitter Down: The website crashes preventing users around the world from downloading tweets or viewing profiles

  • Twitter has been in trouble since 16:00 GMT.
  • Users report that they cannot download tweets or view profiles.
  • Over 5,670 people have reported issues with Twitter on DownDetector.

It is a social network that is visited by millions of people around the world, but it seems that Twitter is in trouble this afternoon.

According to DownDetector, the problems started around 16:00 GMT and are affecting users around the world.

While the cause of the crash remains unclear, users have reported being unable to download tweets or view profiles.

MailOnline has reached out to Twitter for comment.

It is a social network that is visited by millions of people around the world, but it seems that Twitter is in trouble this afternoon.

It is a social network that is visited by millions of people around the world, but it seems that Twitter is in trouble this afternoon.

MailOnline tried to view the tweets on the Twitter website and received an error:

MailOnline tried to view the tweets on the Twitter website and received an error: “Something went wrong.”

Over 5,670 people have reported issues with Twitter on DownDetector.

Of those who reported issues, 85% said the issue was with the website, 9% were experiencing a connection to the server, and 7% were with the Twitter app.

MailOnline tried to view the tweets on the Twitter website and received an error message that said “Something went wrong.”

Even though the issue is related to Twitter, many frustrated users posted tweets about the glitch.

Of those who reported problems, 85% said the problem was with the website, 9% were having trouble connecting to the server, and 7% were having trouble with the Twitter app.

Of those who reported problems, 85% said the problem was with the website, 9% were having trouble connecting to the server, and 7% were having trouble with the Twitter app.

One user wrote: “Twitter is partially unavailable to anyone else? My timeline no longer loads completely.”

Another added: “The tweets seem to be loading, but replies and other timelines are not showing up. What’s happening? Cyber ​​attack? Failure?’

And one joked: “My twitter is down, but I don’t know why I’m writing this because it’s not actually sent.”

WHO HAS BEEN BANNED BY TWITTER IN THE PAST?

In November 2017, Twitter announced that it would begin blocking accounts associated with “hate groups”.

In March, former England Defense League leader Tommy Robinson was suspended for violating hate speech rules.

In March, former England Defense League leader Tommy Robinson was suspended for violating hate speech rules.

The news follows years of criticism from users for allowing the site to allow neo-Nazis, white supremacists and other extremist groups to spread offensive messages.

In December 2017, Twitter suspended the accounts of several leaders of the far-right group Britain First for violating hate speech rules.

In March 2018, former FA League leader Tommy Robinson was suspended for violating rules governing “hate speech”.

In May, the site announced that it would soon take stricter measures to combat online trolls.

Despite massive bans, the site has come under fire for not doing enough to purge itself of abusive users.

In July 2018, actor Seth Rogan lashed out at Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey for continuing to check white supremacist accounts.

He tweeted: “I’ve been texting @Jack about his weird need to check white supremacists on his platform for the past 8 months or so and after all the exchanges I’ve come to the conclusion: The dude just doesn’t look to give a fuck.

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