Sunday, 29 March 2020

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The new crown epidemic has made Zoom, which provides remote conference services, one of the most high-profile technology companies, and its services are essential for home isolation and remote workers. But Zoom ’s iOS client has sparked criticism and was found to send data to Facebook, even if users do n’t have a Facebook account. The official Zoom blog responded that the reason was that its client used the Facebook SDK. Zoom said that it attaches great importance to the privacy of its users. It uses the Facebook SDK to implement the Login with Facebook function, allowing users to more easily access its platform. It just learned that the Facebook SDK collects information such as device operating system type, version number, time zone, model, screen size, processor core, available storage space, and operator. This information is not necessary for Zoom to provide services, so it decided to remove the Facebook SDK and reconfigure the Facebook login function. After the update, users can still log in with their Facebook account through the browser.

Source : zoom blog
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