After the Clubhouse audio app was blocked in mainland China, reports of data security breaches emerged. Photo: Getty Images
After the Clubhouse audio app was blocked in mainland China, reports of data security breaches emerged. Photo: Getty Images
Vivienne Chow
Opinion

Opinion

Vivienne Chow

Why the Clubhouse app is so popular despite its security risks

  • The app’s popularity reflects our burning desire to communicate and connect in a pandemic despite the emerging data risks
  • It is, in essence, a social experiment on how to responsibly exercise our freedom of speech, and there’s much more to it than just hardcore politics

After the Clubhouse audio app was blocked in mainland China, reports of data security breaches emerged. Photo: Getty Images
After the Clubhouse audio app was blocked in mainland China, reports of data security breaches emerged. Photo: Getty Images
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