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Daily Dashboard | Video conferencing app addresses privacy concerns Related reading: Notes from the IAPP Europe Managing Director, 5 June 2020

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Video conferencing app Zoom addressed recent concerns about its privacy policy in a blog post. It stated it doesn’t sell user data or monitor meetings and complies with all applicable privacy rules. As Zoom’s use surges during the COVID-19 pandemic, the New York attorney general’s office is looking into its data privacy and security practices, and the company faces a lawsuit in federal court claiming it illegally discloses personal data. Meanwhile, Houseparty video chat app users could be sharing geolocation data. 
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  • comment Kristin Callis • Mar 31, 2020
    The Full Story link takes you to Zoom's privacy policy. Perhaps this is the wrong link?
  • comment Kristin Callis • Mar 31, 2020
    Sorry, disregard previous comment. The Full Story link takes you to Zoom's blog post which I think is what was intended.
  • comment Romie Khan • May 26, 2020
    I suppose after lot of bombarding, Zoom has improved their application security for conducting online video conferences. But we still use on premise R-HUB HD video conferencing servers for all our video conferencing needs. We prefer it because it works from behind the firewall, hence better security.