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Zoom’s video conferencing app has grown more popular than ever lately, while people are staying home to flatten the curve. But you should know that there’s a major privacy concern with the service. Last night, Vice reported that Zoom‘s iOS app is nonconsensually sending data to Facebook — even if you don’t have a Facebook account. What’s more shocking is that the company’s privacy policy makes no mention of it. Plus, the app doesn’t make it clear anywhere that it’s sending your data to the social network. [Read: Chinese security guards use smart glasses to find people with coronavirus ]. Joseph Cox noted in his report for Vice that every time you open the app, it sends your data to Faceboo... Full story

27 March