- More than 300 million people joined Zoom meetings on April 21, up 50% from the beginning of the month, CEO Eric Yuan said in a webinar Wednesday.
- Zoom’s surging popularity comes despite numerous privacy scandals that have plagued the company in recent weeks, from “Zoom bombing” to surreptitiously sharing data with Facebook.
- Zoom is rolling out several new features this week aimed at fixing those issues, like allowing users to report trolls and offering them more control over their security settings, it announced Wednesday in a blog post. […]
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