Confidentiality for the price of anonymity
Interesting trade-off which should be fine for most legitimate uses of the platform.
Zoom today said it will make end-to-end (E2E) encryption available to all of its users, regardless of whether they pay for it or not. The videoconferencing overnight-sensation has walked back its initial plan to limit E2E cryptography to schools and paid-for accounts, after facing a storm of criticism for the restriction. It …
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