In this weeks roundup:
- YouTube rewind becomes the site's second-most disliked video
- Google+ to be shutdown early after a second security vulnerability found
- NHS banned from buying new fax machines
YouTube rewind becomes the site's second-most disliked video
This year's YouTube rewind video has become the site's second-most disliked video. The video was able to reach the milestone within three days of the video being published.
The most disliked video was uploaded by Justin Bieber.
Google+ to be shutdown early after a second security vulnerability found
Social networking site, Google Plus has been announced to be shutting down earlier than expected after a second security bug has been found on the platform.
Google announced in October that the network would be shutting down.
NHS banned from buying new fax machines
From next month, the National Health Service in the UK will be banned from purchasing new fax machines. July this year it was found that there was 9000 active fax machines across the NHS in England.
The Department for Health said that a change for patient information to more secure systems was required. Instead of fax, NHS staff should use email to communicate.