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Do you trust Zoom?

arstechnica.com/tech-policy/20

Zoom lied to users about end-to-end encryption for years, FTC says...

Since at least 2016, Zoom misled users by touting that it offered 'end-to-end, 256-bit encryption' to secure users' communications, when in fact it provided a lower level of security .. Allowing them to decrypt users communication.

@mastsec I do not trust Zoom. I am not an anarchist but I think that any monopoly is bad by definition. If that technology will be standardized and will be provided by thousands of companies keeping single address space it will become trustable, cheaper, and better.

@Mast Security I do not trust Zoom. As soon as they bought keybase.io, I removed my account there. And I'm not taking part in the meetings my political party organises with Zoom. I've contacted them to suggest switching to something more reliable (Jitsi, BigBlueButton, there are plenty alternatives) but was shocked by the naivite: "we don't run those risks, because we don't use the free version."
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