Zoom consultant Alex Stamos and experts say only offering end-to-end encryption, which needs user authentication, to paying customers is a reasonable compromise (Dan Goodin/Ars Technica)


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Zoom consultant Alex Stamos and experts say only offering end-to-end encryption, which needs user authentication, to paying customers is a reasonable compromise  —  Critics say everyone deserves it.  Others say safety should be factored in, too.  —  If you’ve waded into Twitter timelines …


Zoom consultant Alex Stamos and experts say only offering end-to-end encryption, which needs user authentication, to paying customers is a reasonable compromise (Dan Goodin/Ars Technica)
Zoom consultant Alex Stamos and experts say only offering end-to-end encryption, which needs user authentication, to paying customers is a reasonable compromise (Dan Goodin/Ars Technica)
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