FTC Settlement: Zoom Lied About End-to-End Encryption

Zoom announced recently that it was adding end-to-end encryption to its services making it sound like it was providing users with a great service. It turns out it8217s partially because it was court-mandated. Zoom has reached a settlement with the FTC who claimed the company lied for years to users about utilizing end-to-end encryption. FTC Complaint Against Zoom 8220Since at least 2016 Zoom misled users by touting that it offered 8216end-to-end 256-bit encryption8217 to secure users8217 communications when in fact it provided a lower level of security8221 said the8230 Read more.


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