Weekly Digital Roundup 14th - 21st November


Tanya O’Carroll, 35, a campaigner on technology and human rights, is suing Meta, the parent company of Facebook, because it will not let her opt out of the user profiling it uses to sell adverts.


After Elon Musk’s ultimatum, hundreds of employees have resigned from Twitter leading to a mass resignation & ‘Goodbye Twitter’ trending on twitter.


YouTube has launched ‘From YouTube to You’, consisting of content and features that aid in holiday shopping.


LinkedIn and GitHub are partnering to release over 40 software development courses, all free for a limited time.


Snapchat and Amazon Fashion have partnered to launch Virtual Try-On (VTO) experiences, expanding Augmented Reality (AR) for both brands and customers.


Google is launching several local search features announced months ago at the company's annual Search On conference.


Google is restoring missing reviews in Google Business Profiles after fixing a bug that caused them to get erased.

The digital world has seen quite a few ups & downs last week. What are your thoughts on the updates?

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