Curated SEO & Digital Marketing News Roundup June 15 2022 

Today's digital marketing roundup includes news that Google Says Its AI Chatbot System LaMDA Is Not Sentient, Firefox Enables Its Anti-tracking Feature By Default and more.
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by: Saijo Gerorge

Google Says Its AI Chatbot System LaMDA Is Not Sentient

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Google Updates Policy To State All Advertisers Wishing To Run Argentina Election Ads Must Be Verified By Google

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Big 5 Own More Than Half Of Global Ad Market

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Googler answers the question when a new algorithm update rolls out, does it roll out in all countries?

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Google Search Tests Explore Section

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Twitter Expands Access to Location Spotlight Module in Professional Accounts

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LinkedIn will support Canva Templates for the Carousels

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Apple Faces German Antitrust Probe Into App Tracking Transparency

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Google AdSense Tests Shopping Links That Opens Shopping Results Within A Pop-up Window

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Instagram Is Going To Start Nudging Teens To Stop Doomscrolling

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Microsoft Bing Testing New Local Pack Design

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Google, Apple, and Amazon Stifle Innovation When They Favor Their Own Products

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Microsoft Bing Is Building A New Retail Marketplace

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Firefox Enables Its Anti-tracking Feature By Default

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Google Tests Scrollable Modal for Images in Featured Snippets & Knowledge Panels

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Google Says It Bans Gun Ads. It Actually Makes Money From Them

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