In reversal, Zoom says all users will have access to end-to-end encryption
Privacy and security experts had criticized the videoconferencing company's decision to limit which accounts had access to improved privacy and security.
Zoom apologizes for disabling US accounts commemorating Tiananmen Square anniversary
The apology comes after an uproar from human rights activists and U.S. lawmakers for Zoom’s role in quashing dissent outside of mainland China.
Signal wants to protect protesters’ privacy with new face-blurring feature
Use of Signal has surged since George Floyd's killing.
Zoom has partially fixed two new flaws, with other security hurdles ahead
Cisco Talos researchers uncovered two new flaws in Zoom, only one of which is fully fixed, according to Talos.
Privacy groups are still trying to get documents unsealed in Facebook encryption case
The ACLU and EFF say a failure to clarify the legal requirements for giving authorities access to encrypted communications would set a dangerous precedent.
Zoom founder promises to remedy security, privacy concerns during a 'feature freeze'
The company is working to address security and privacy issues raised in recent days about its teleconferencing platform.