"Ryan Calo, a law professor and co-founder of the Tech Policy Lab at the University of Washington, said Zoom was undergoing "an enormous stress test" because of the coronavirus, which exposed the weaknesses of its default settings. "You can change the settings, you can add password protection. But from a privacy and security perspective it's not user friendly," he said." Read more about Zoom, video conferencing apps under privacy commissioner's microscope
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