If you don't have a Facebook account and think you are safe from Facebook from storing information about you, think again, especially if you're using Zoom's iOS app. This is because, according to a report from Motherboard, they found that the iOS version of Zoom sends data to Facebook even if the user doesn't have a Facebook account at first.
According to what they found, the data The zoom sent to Facebook contains usage information such as how the user opened the app, details of the user's phone model, time zone, and city in which they are located where he connects from, which network operator he's connected to, and an advertiser ID that advertisers can use to send targeted ads.
The problem with this is that Zoom did not disclose this practice or that it is not done in a very obvious way. In Facebook's favor, they informed Motherboard that, in accordance with their terms for the use of their SDKs by developers, these developers must be transparent to their users about what data is being returned to Facebook.
Zoom has seen a surge in popularity in the past A few weeks later, more people are starting to work and study from home. The company has not yet commented on Motherboard's article. Filed in. Read more about apps, Facebook, iOS, data protection and zoom. Source: Vice