Many have been reporting a Twitter outage, with neither app nor website working, while others are able to access the service, but with delays.
Downdetector shows that the problem peaked around 5:30 a.m. EST, improving around 30 minutes later, but with many users still affected …
state. That’s a reversal from Twitter’s previous policy, which explicitly said that “statements that express a wish or hope that someone experiences physical harm” were not against the company’s rules.
“Statements that express a wish or hope that someone experiences physical harm, making vague or indirect threats, or threatening actions that are unlikely to cause serious or lasting injury are not actionable under this policy,” Twitter’s previous policy , according to the Wayback Machine.
Users are also now prohibited from threatening to damage “infrastructure that is essential to daily, civic, or business activities.”
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