The popular video conferencing app Zoom seems to have a hard time convincing companies that it can be used safely. Shortly after Google banned its employees from using the app, the US Senate banned its members from using Zoom.
A Financial Times report found that the Senate Sergeant warned people against using the app service.
Earlier this week, Reuters reported that the Department of Homeland Security said in a memo that Zoom was quick to respond to security concerns. Pentagon informed FT that it would continue to allow its employees to use the service.
Other governments around the world were also concerned about the use of the app. Earlier this week, Taiwan banned all government employees from using it. The German Ministry of Foreign Affairs has also restricted the use of zoom.
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