It's not just you. Twitter is down At least for many people in the US UU., Europe and Japan.
Down Detector shows intense cuts in the Northeastern United States, Great Britain, Spain and Japan. As I write this from Western Australia, I can confirm that I have not had Twitter working since 9:50 a.m., New York time.
Tweetdeck, according to reports, is working well for several people, but in both web browsers and through iOS applications, Twitter seems to have a negative impact.
Gizmodo has communicated with Twitter and will update this publication when we have news. At the moment, maybe it's time to go back to work, or just obsessively update Twitter until you return.
Update, 10:30 a.m .: Interruptions occurring around the world don It seems that it is not having any negative impact on the price of Twitter shares. The company's stock rose more than 7 percent on the day, at least partially because Morgan Stanley issued a report that says Twitter is "improving user growth."
It is quite difficult to improve the user's growth when the service still does not work.
Update, 10:54 am: A Twitter representative referred us to this tweet without really telling us what happened:
 It's fine, then.
Update, 11:51 am: It seems that there is still a major interruption in Japan according to Down Detector. The site may not have been updated fast enough, but this is two hours after the first Twitter reports had technical difficulties.
It's probably just a coincidence, but some people have published conspiracy theories that involve Japan's Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe. The Japanese leader is today in Mar-a-Lago to meet with President Donald Trump.
We have communicated with Twitter to get more clarification about what is happening in Japan.