Virtual Meetings: Zoom Strengthens its Security Protocals
It will offer end-to-end encryption for all users
Zoom has reversed its controversial decision to restrict access to end-to-end encryption (E2EE) for some users and will now offer the feature to customers of both its free and premium services.
The video conferencing app said it had consulted with rights groups, child safety advocates, government representatives, encryption experts and its own CISO council to gather feedback.
“We are also pleased to share that we have identified a path forward that balances the legitimate right of all users to privacy and the safety of users on our platform,” the firm's CEO Eric Yuan said in a blog post yesterday.
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