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I am really interested to see how Zoom's announcement they won't offer E2EE to free users because they want to be able to work with the FBI, etc will affect Keybase which offers E2EE to all users.

If their new CEO wants to work with the feds, how can we trust them at all?

@danarel
Tweet from Alex Stamos (@alexstamos) - Alex Stamos (@alexstamos) Tweeted:
Zoom's Trust and Safety team can, if they have a strong belief that the meeting is abusive, enter the meeting visibly and report it if necessary. twitter.com/alexstamos/status/

@danarel
Tweet from Alex Stamos (@alexstamos) - Alex Stamos (@alexstamos) Tweeted:
Making it possible for hosts to report people disrupting their meetings even under E2EE is solvable. The likely solution will be a content ring-buffer of the last X seconds on the host's system that can be submitted to Zoom for triage and action. twitter.com/alexstamos/status/

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