Google says no to ZoomGet the Full StoryZoom, the videoconferencing software that people seem to alternately love and hate these days, is no longer allowed on Google's workers' laptops.
This is according to BuzzFeed, which claims that Google sent an email to employees whose laptop had Zoom installed, warning them it will stop working this week.
In the email, Google cites "security vulnerabilities" as reasoning behind the decision, and Zoom has certainly had a number of issues in the security and privacy department. These include a bug which allowed attackers to steal other users' Windows login credentials, sending data to Facebook without a good reason, and vulnerability of its software to people crashing into other people's chats uninvited, the practice known as Zoombombing. Read more...More about Google, Zoom, Tech, Cybersecurity, and Big Tech Companies