> But when reached for comment about whether video meetings are actually end-to-end encrypted, a Zoom spokesperson wrote, “Currently, it is not possible to enable E2E encryption for Zoom video meetings..."
Zoom has published a blog post attempting to clarify how they encrypt video calls
I'm still a bit confused though tbh!
@schlink I'm baffled as to why anyone would think zoom meeting were e2e encrypted?
@kelly_clowers the article outlines how/where Zoom uses the phrase in advertising and imply it in UX
@schlink it goes thru an encrypted tunnel therefore it's encrypted! 😆
@schlink what a useless non-technical piece of drivel... And now it seems like they are implying they do e2e without using the phrase... and I still don't believe it.
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