Safety and privacy concerns about Zoom’s fast-growing videoconferencing app is driving a global backlash against the company. Photo: DPA Safety and privacy concerns about Zoom’s fast-growing videoconferencing app is driving a global backlash against the company. Photo: DPA
Safety and privacy concerns about Zoom’s fast-growing videoconferencing app is driving a global backlash against the company. Photo: DPA

Zoom hires ex-Facebook security chief Alex Stamos as Google bans desktop app

  • Safety and privacy concerns about Zoom’s fast-growing videoconferencing app is driving a global backlash against the company
  • Taiwan and Germany have put restrictions on Zoom’s use, while some companies like SpaceX and Google have banned the app

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Safety and privacy concerns about Zoom’s fast-growing videoconferencing app is driving a global backlash against the company. Photo: DPA Safety and privacy concerns about Zoom’s fast-growing videoconferencing app is driving a global backlash against the company. Photo: DPA
Safety and privacy concerns about Zoom’s fast-growing videoconferencing app is driving a global backlash against the company. Photo: DPA
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