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Zoom misses its own deadline to publish its first transparency report




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Washington DC [USA]: Video-conferencing big Zoom has missed its own deadline of publishing its first transparency report.

Zoom had beforehand said that it will be releasing the variety of authorities calls for it has obtained by June 30. But now the corporate has mentioned that it has missed the deadline, TechCrunch reported.

The video-conferencing big hasn’t confirmed any date as of now as to when it can publish the transparency report.

Zoom witnessed a large spiker in its person base as thousands and thousands worldwide began working from residence due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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“We look forward to providing the fiscal second-quarter data in our first report later this year,” the chief government of Zoom Eric Yuan mentioned in an official weblog submit.

Zoom rolls out Waiting Room, two-password settings over privacy concerns

Transparency stories on the whole provide uncommon insights into the variety of calls for or requests an organization will get from the federal government for person knowledge. These stories are usually not obligatory however they’re vital to perceive the size and scope of presidency surveillance. (ANI)

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