Zoom security issues: what's been fixed

Zoom went from 10 million daily users in December 2019 to 300 million daily users in April 2020.

Its security and privacy practices were scrutinized – and experts didn't like what they found.

Zoom's privacy policy also gives the company the right to do whatever it wants with users' personal data.

Most of those bugs have been fixed or otherwise corrected since the spring of 2020, but new issues do emerge occasionally.

With all these issues, people are looking for alternatives to Zoom, so check out our Skype vs Zoom face-off to see how an older video app has adapted to video conferencing.

It's easy to set up, and easy to use, and up to 100 people can join meetings for free.

Here's what you can do to make Zoom more secure:- Set up Zoom's two-factor authentication to protect your account.

Join Zoom meetings through your web browser instead of the Zoom desktop software.

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