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Zoom won’t add end-to-end encryption to free calls so it can keep aiding police

Zoom won’t add end-to-end encryption to free calls so it can keep aiding police

End-to-end encryption, which the video conferencing company is currently working on, secures connections all the way from each device to every other device on a call. It’ll only be enabled on paid accounts because the ’vast majority of harm comes from self-service users with fake identities,’ Zoom security consultant Alex Stamos noted in a tweet on Tuesday.

Austin
Austin
Met Man
Met Man 4 months

Hope they keep it that way. Here in the UAE all apps with end to end encryption are banned and you need a vpn to use them. I use zoom to talk to my family in Europe and don't want it to be blocked. If the government wants to listen in to my talking to my family then go ahead. Anyone worried about this can use any of the other encrypted apps

Don'tbackNV
Don'tbackNV 4 months

Ccp app

Daniel McEwen
Daniel McEwen 4 months

Fortunately, there's WhatsApp. Then we only have to deal with FB spying on us.

SickOfTribalisem
SickOfTribalisem 4 months

Hhhhhhhhaha more like in order to share informatiok with china... remember.. they have servers in china...

Ben
Ben 4 months

dump Zoom!

Richard
Richard 4 months

And now I’m deleting Zoom

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