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Tech byte: Catch up on latest tech news roundup from March 24 to March 31, 2024

Tech byte: Catch up on latest tech news roundup from March 2

We're glad you're here for the most recent collections of Technology News, where we swiftly present the most interesting AllNews stories from the previous week.

Judge dismisses X lawsuit against CCDH in hate speech research dispute

A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by X, a platform owned by Elon Musk, against the Center for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH).

The ruling, delivered by Federal Judge Charles Breyer, raises questions about retaliation against CCDH for its critical research on hate speech. Read more here.

Meta introduces option to limit political content on Instagram, Threads

Meta's handling of political content on its platforms has sparked controversy, with allegations of promoting divisive material for engagement.

In response, Meta is now giving users the ability to restrict algorithmically-suggested political content on both Threads and Instagram. Read more here.

Sony introduces community game help for PlayStation 5 users

Sony has unveiled an expansion to its PlayStation 5 Game Help feature known as Community Game Help.

The new addition enables users to access hint videos from other players directly within select titles. Read more here.

YouTube launches members-only short feature

YouTube has rolled out a new member-only Shorts feature, enabling creators to share short-form videos exclusively with their paying subscribers.

This move aims to provide added value to YouTube memberships, offering subscribers access to exclusive content beyond existing perks like custom emojis and livestreams. Read more here.

X backs lawsuit against Block over free speech dispute

Chloe Happe, a former employee of Block, has filed a lawsuit against her ex-employer, with financial backing from X.

Block was developed by Jack Dorsey, who also founded the website that was previously known as Twitter. Read more here.

These are a few of this week's most recent technology news. For more information on the most recent news in Nigeria and across the world, visit www.allnews.ng.

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