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US Senate reportedly tells members to avoid Zoom - CNET

1 month ago   |   By CNET

It isn't an official ban, according to the Financial Times, but senators were asked to use a different video conferencing app.
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The US Senate reportedly advised members to stop using Zoom

The US Senate reportedly advised members to stop using Zoom

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

US senators have been advised against using videocall app Zoom, according to the Financial Times.
Zoom has seen a huge uptick in usage because of the coronavirus pandemic, but this has been accompanied by a host of privacy issues and bad press.
Most recently the company apologized after "mistakenly" routing some of its calls through China.
The Pentagon told the FT it will continue to allow its staff to use Zoom.
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