Zoom suspends Human Rights account after discussing Tiananmen Square
Here’s a trending story for you and me. It appears that there’s another red flag that has popped out for Zoom, the popular video conferencing software.
Apparently Zoom suspended an Human Rights account which talked about the T.S. incident or Tianenmen Square. This account was taken down on June 10 while the discussion online was done on the 4th of June.
It definitely looks like the brand is doing all sorts of shady things behind users’ backs. Remember when the data from users where “stolen” and Zoom officials had to do the traditional rounds to apologize. Then there’s huge buzz that they are storing data and listening in on conferences and conversations.
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