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Video conferencing app Zoom updated its iOS app Friday to remove code that sent user data to Facebook, Motherboard reports . The update follows Motherboard ’s analysis of the app, which showed it was sending data to Facebook such as a user’s time zone and city, when a user opened the app, and details about the user’s device, even if the user didn’t have a Facebook account. The extent of the data-sharing was not clearly spelled out in Zoom’s privacy policy, according to Motherboard. According to a blog post by Zoom CEO Eric S. Yuan , Zoom implemented its “Login with Facebook” feature using Facebook’s software development kit (SDK) for iOS. On March 25th, the company says it was made ... Full story

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