FP trendJuly 15, 2020 3:08:12 PM IS
Google Meet By default, now blocks anonymous users who are not signed in to a Google Account from educational meetings.
After a Google blog postwas introduced to improve the privacy of educational meetings in Google Meet. Anonymous users cannot join meetings organized by people with a G Suite for Education license for G Suite Enterprise for Education.
“This prevents participants from sharing a link publicly to encourage anonymous users to request access,” said Google.
A report from ZDNet says Since the beginning of the COVID 19 pandemic, many schools have held online courses through video conferencing platforms and have been interrupted by Scherzern.
As per a report from 9To5 Google, Zoom bombing became a major problem during online courses and meetings, and Google Meet mitigates it by adding the latest security features.
According to Google, anonymous users can interfere with learning by making noise and sharing content and distracting the organizers of the meeting.
The new Google Meet This feature helps prevent distracting villains from crashing an online meeting after receiving a publicly shared link.
By default, the feature is enabled for both end users and administrators. It can take up to 15 days for it to be available to all users.
The edge report According to Google, Google isn’t the only company facing zoom bombing issues where unauthorized users connect to meetings and disrupt them by sharing shocked videos or hurling insults.
Zoom, where the term “zoom bombing” comes from, has introduced security and data protection functions that improve security and end practice.
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