As does taking top secret documents home with you
Video conferencing participants wearing specs are inadvertently revealing sensitive on-screen information via reflections.
I “blundered the execution”
A boss of a US mortgage company, who fired hundreds of his staff in a Zoom meeting admits that he might have blundered the execution… in much the same way that Henry the VIII did for Thomas Cromwell.
Data flips break EU laws
Hamburg's state government has been formally warned against using Zoom over data protection concerns.
It seemed people went elsewhere
Users of the video conferencing software Zoom, who were presumably working from home, did not seem to be overly concerned when a major outage prevented them from attending online meetings.
Trialing in July
Zoom Video Communications Inc is planning to offer all its free and paying users end-to-end encryption for video calls and will launch a trial version in July, the video conferencing provider said yesterday.
We messed up
Zoom has admitted that it stuffed up when it kowtowed to the Chinese government and cancelled the accounts of human rights activists about to have an online meeting about the Tiananmen Square crackdown.
Don't mention Tiananmen Square
Zoom Video Communications is in hot water after it temporarily shut the account belonging to a group of US-based Chinese activists after they held an event to commemorate the 31st anniversary of China’s Tiananmen Square crackdown.
Needs more encryption expertise
Online conferencing app Zoom has announced this morning that it has acquired Keybase, a startup with encryption expertise.
Home working creates new business
Hackers are flogging two critical vulnerabilities for the video conferencing software Zoom that would allow someone to hack users and spy on their calls.