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After backlash, Zoom ditches snooping Facebook code from iOS app

2 monthes ago   |   By TechRadar

Following the revelation by Motherboard on Friday that video calling platform Zoom was sharing user information with Facebook via its iOS app , the popular video conferencing service has rolled out an update for iOS users. Zoom has removed the data-sharing code from the app, telling Motherboard in a statement that the 'Login with Facebook' feature was implemented "in order to provide our users with another convenient way to access our platform". That login feature - found on several apps - is applied by using a Facebook SDK that connects users of the app to Facebook's Graph API when the...
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