Zoom bombs make choosing video apps harder for lockdown chats

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Zoom bombs make choosing video apps harder for lockdown chats

Uninvited users crashing into conversations has left question marks over security and privacy.

The coronavirus crisis has seen millions locked in their homes turn to videoconferencing apps, bringing with it question marks over security and privacy and a new verb - Zoombombing - the practice of uninvited users crashing into conversations. From easy-access models for schoolkids and casual ...

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