Nigeria lifts Twitter ban, Microsoft stops Xbox One production
Speaker 1: This is CNET. And here are the stories that matter right now. Nigeria lifted its Twitter ban. After the site agreed to government demands. The country blocks the site in June, 2021. After Twitter took down a tweet by Nigeria's president Twitter said it removed the tweet because it violated the site's abusive behavior policy to Twitter pledge to open a local office in Nigeria, as well as address concerns over its tax payments. Microsoft says it is no longer producing any Xbox [00:00:30] one consoles in a statement, a senior director in the Xbox marketing division said the move was made to focus on production of the Xbox series X and S. She mentioned the at Xbox one console production actually stopped at the end of 2020, the Xbox one debuted in 2013 and sold more than 51 million units by mid 2020. Remember that baby shark video on YouTube. I bet you do now. And I'm sorry. Well, that video has become the first to [00:01:00] hit 10 billion views on YouTube pink Fong. The creator of the video says the second place video on YouTube is more than 2.3 billion views behind baby shark. Back in November, 2020, the video passed Despacito to become the most viewed video on the site. Baby shark was first uploaded in 20, stay up to date with the latest by visiting CNET dot.