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29 Dec, 2022
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On Wednesday evening, users who tried to log in to the microblogging site encountered an error message.

Twitter experienced an outage on Wednesday morning, with more than 8,700 users reporting issues with the site as of 7:30 AM EST, according to Downdetector, a company that tracks website outages. Downdetector stated in a tweet that the problems began at 7:13 AM EST. This outage occurred approximately two months after Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla and one of the wealthiest individuals in the world, acquired Twitter in a $44 billion takeover.

Since the acquisition, Musk has made several changes to the platform, including reducing the size of the workforce, introducing a paid subscription service, and implementing new moderation policies. These changes have caused a stir among Twitter users, with some expressing support and others expressing concern.

Conservative figures have generally approved of Elon Musk's ownership of the platform, but some on the left have expressed concerns about the increase in hate speech and misinformation under his leadership.

In addition, Musk's frequent use of the platform to share his views on current events has caused concern among Tesla investors, as the company's stock price has declined significantly this year.