Zoom privacy risks: Here’s what your boss can actually see from your video chats.

The video conferencing software could be sharing more information with others than you think.

If you are a Zoom user then you should read this post by Rae Hodge at CNET.

https://www.cnet.com/how-to/zoom-privacy-risks-heres-what-your-boss-can-actually-see-from-your-video-chats/

The post lists some of the privacy vulnerabilities in Zoom that you should watch out for while working remotely. Including Zoom’s attention tracking feature and data sharing with Facebook.

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