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The New York Times Website is Offline

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The New York Times Website is Offline

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This article was posted on Wednesday, 10:11, UTC.

The New York Times is down and cannot be accessed anywhere in the world.

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An attempt to reach the homepage of The New York Times throws up the following error.

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The NYT’s server is unresponsive globally, and has been down for about 90 minutes at the time of publishing.

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Meanwhile, the publication’s official Twitter account has admitted that the website is facing “technical problems” with no hints of revealing what those problems actually are.

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However, the official NYT applications on both Apple and Android are still operational, giving readers access to its content that is almost certainly hosted on a different web layer than that of the website.

The popular mainstream publication has been in the spotlight recently for its face-off with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. For context, the New York Times recently published a story that reported on alleged sexual assault victims of Donald Trump, coming forward and speaking up. Donald Trump has dismissed these claims and stated:

I am a victim of one of the great political smear campaigns in the history of our country.

The inevitable conspiracy theory came to float.

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Samburaj is the contributing editor at Hacked and keeps tabs on science, technology and cyber security.

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