Microsoft outage affects Bing, Copilot, DuckDuckGo, and ChatGPT

    UPDATE: Microsoft shared on X that is is “broadening our mitigation efforts following signs of partial recovery” and will monitor closely “to determine if further actions are needed to resolve the issue.” Bing and Copilot is back online for some users and DownDetector reports for Bing and DuckDuckGo have decreased. Original story below:

    A Microsoft outage has affected Bing, Copilot, DuckDuckGo, and ChatGPT.

    According to DownDetector (which shares Mashable’s parent company Ziff Davis), outage reports for DuckDuckGo and Bing surged around 1 am ET and have stayed high all morning. Microsoft is aware of the outage and is “working to isolate the cause of the issue,” said the company in a post on X.

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    The site and Copilot features that require internet search are rendering error or blank pages. The DuckDuckGo browser and ChatGPT’s internet browsing feature which use the Bing API is also showing errors for users. DuckDuckGo and OpenAI have both confirmed the outage and are investigating the issue.

    It’s unclear what caused the issue. The outage follows on the heels of the recent deployment of features announced at Microsoft Build earlier this week.

    This story is developing…

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