Zoom's shares have soared in 2020 as the popularity of its video conferencing service has grown during a time of widespread lockdowns aimed at stemming the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Bloomberg
Zoom's shares have soared in 2020 as the popularity of its video conferencing service has grown during a time of widespread lockdowns aimed at stemming the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Bloomberg
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Zoom daily users surge 50 per cent to 300 million despite privacy woes

  • More than 300 million people used Zoom’s flagship videoconferencing app on April 21, up from about 200 million on April 1
  • While some companies and school districts have dropped the app due to security concerns, Zoom’s response has reassured investors and sent shares climbing

Zoom's shares have soared in 2020 as the popularity of its video conferencing service has grown during a time of widespread lockdowns aimed at stemming the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Bloomberg
Zoom's shares have soared in 2020 as the popularity of its video conferencing service has grown during a time of widespread lockdowns aimed at stemming the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Bloomberg
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