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Zoom Finally Has End-to-End Encryption. Here’s How to Use It

November 16, 2020

From the Wired Magazine website

You can lock down your meetings like never before—even if you have to give up a few features to do so.

Zoom has gone from startup to verb in record time, by now the de facto video call service for work-from-home meetings and cross-country happy hours alike. But while there was already plenty you could do to keep your Zoom sessions private and secure, the startup has until now lacked the most important ingredient in a truly safe online interaction: end-to-end encryption. 

Here’s how to use it, now that you can, and why in many cases you may not actually want to.

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