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How to turn on end-to-end encryption in Zoom (and why you should)

Fast Company: “Zoom has finally launched end-to-end encryption (E2EE) for all users. The launch is a long time coming and will be sure to make Zoom users the world over more confident in using the service, which has become a critical tool for businesses and employees due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Previously to Zoom’s end-to-end encryption rollout, Zoom calls were encrypted, but only between each user and Zoom’s servers—meaning, if Zoom wanted to, it could peak into a Zoom call or let others do so. With the launch of end-to-end encryption for Zoom, even Zoom itself has no way to look in on a user’s Zoom call…”

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