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Zoom to begin rolling out end‑to‑end encryption

The Zoom videoconferencing platform has announced that starting next week it will begin rolling out long-awaited end-to-end encryption (E2EE) to users. The feature will be released as a technical preview, with the company proactively seeking the feedback of its userbase over the first 30 days after the launch.

“We’re pleased to roll out Phase 1 of 4 of our E2EE offering, which provides robust protections to help prevent the interception of decryption keys that could be used to monitor meeting content,” said the company when announcing the new feature. “End-to-end encryption is another stride toward making Zoom the most secure communications platform in the world … This phase of our E2EE offering provides the same security as existing end-to-end-encrypted messaging platforms, but with the video quality and scale that has made Zoom the communications solution of choice for hundreds of millions of people and the world’s largest enterprises,” Zoom ...

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