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Google, Tesla bans Zoom over privacy and security concerns

By Guardian Exclusive
16 April 2020   |   12:10 pm
Google has banned the popular videoconferencing software Zoom from its employees’ devices, citing ‘’ security vulnerabilities’’. However, Google isn’t the first company to ban employees from using Zoom. Earlier this month, SpaceX, a rocket company, also banned employees, citing “significant privacy and security concerns'.⁣⁣

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