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Global YouTube Outage Disrupts Video Streaming for Thousands of Users

On April 11, YouTube, the world's largest video-sharing platform, experienced a global outage, initially reported by the outage detection website Downdetector. According to Downdetector's data, the issues with accessing YouTube peaked at approximately 7:27 am on April 11, with a substantial number of users, totaling 1,245 individuals, reporting problems around that time. 

The primary concern among users was related to streaming video content, constituting approximately 65% of the complaints. Furthermore, approximately a quarter of users encountered difficulties accessing the YouTube mobile app, while 10% faced issues when trying to visit the YouTube website. 

This widespread disruption garnered significant attention and impacted a diverse range of YouTube users worldwide.

Global YouTube Outage Disrupts Video Streaming for Thousands of Users
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