Videoconference company Zoom suggested it had closed down the account in the US because participants had broken “local laws”. Photo: Bloomberg Videoconference company Zoom suggested it had closed down the account in the US because participants had broken “local laws”. Photo: Bloomberg
Videoconference company Zoom suggested it had closed down the account in the US because participants had broken “local laws”. Photo: Bloomberg

Zoom closes account of US-based Chinese dissidents after Tiananmen conference

  • Participants joined Zoom meeting from China to listen to testimonies of people targeted in 1989’s bloody June 4 crackdown on pro-democracy protesters
  • Days later, the paid Zoom account the group set up for the event had been disabled, says activist Zhou Fengsuo

Topic |   Tiananmen Square crackdown
Videoconference company Zoom suggested it had closed down the account in the US because participants had broken “local laws”. Photo: Bloomberg Videoconference company Zoom suggested it had closed down the account in the US because participants had broken “local laws”. Photo: Bloomberg
Videoconference company Zoom suggested it had closed down the account in the US because participants had broken “local laws”. Photo: Bloomberg
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