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Zoom Denies End-to-End Encryption to Free Users

Videoconferencing company Zoom confirmed this week that it won't enable its end-to-end encryption for free calls because it wants to allow law enforcement access to these calls if necessary. Zoom's statement about the policy reads: "Zoom does not proactively monitor...

Zoom Profits Soar in Q1 After Strong Customer Growth during Pandemic

Zoom Video Communications saw its revenue nearly tripled in its fiscal quarter to April. From $122-million a year earlier to $328-million in Q1. The company saw a massive jump in meeting participants during the month of April as worldwide...

Zoom Rolling Out New Security Features

Zoom is planning to roll out additional security features this week in order to prevent the highly unwelcome 'zoombombing' that has plagued the platform in recent months. This comes after the app suffered under the microscope of cybersecurity experts and...

7 Video Conferencing Alternatives to Zoom

With the onset of the COVID-19 remote work exodus that has seen billions stuck at home, video conferencing apps have exploded in popularity. At the forefront is the service Zoom. However, with Zoom's explosive popularity came a series of highly...

Zoom Reaches 300-Million Meeting Participants in 1 Month

More than 300-million people used Zoom's video conferencing software on 21 April, a 50% jump from the 200-million daily users at the beginning of the month, says Zoom CEO Eric Yuan during a webinar on Wednesday. "Clearly, the Zoom platform...

10 Ways to Use Zoom Privately and Securely

With social distancing and quarantine measures implemented around the globe, people quickly started searching for effective means of communicating with each other. With its reported ease of use and attractive pricing, Zoom quickly rose in popularity. With so much use,...

Zoom CEO Publicly Apologizes for Platform’s Security Problems

Zoom CEO, Eric Yuan apologized to users for the string of privacy and security allegations that have rocked the company in the last month. Yuan took to live-streaming the apology on YouTube, speaking to viewers for more than two...

Zoom’s Security and Privacy Problems Keep Getting Worse

On Tuesday, according to an article from Motherboard, video-calling service Zoom accidentally released the personal email addresses and photos of thousands of its users. This is because the service had an issue with its "Company Directory" feature, that groups...
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