How to turn on end-to-end encryption in Zoom (and why you should)

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Zoom has finally launched end-to-end encryption (E2EE) for all users. Here’s how to enable it right now. Zoom has finally launched end-to-end encryption (E2EE) for all users. The launch is a long time coming and will be sure to make Zoom users the world over more confident in using the service, which has become a critical tool for businesses and employees due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read Full Story

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When do the $600 in extra unemployment benefits end? Earlier than we thought

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For months, the widely publicized end date of the weekly benefits was July 31. But this is a misunderstanding. Confusion reigns over when the $600 in additional unemployment payments end. For months, the widely publicized end date of the weekly benefits was July 31. But this is a misunderstanding: The extra $600 benefit is set to be paid through the week ending July 25-26. Read Full Story

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What Facebook users need to know about the company’s end-to-end encryption plans

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It’s definitely complicated, but here’s why Facebook is pursuing it, how it benefits you, why it’s risky, and why it matters. As Facebook seeks to integrate its four mega apps —Instagram, WhatsApp, Messenger, and Facebook itself—one of the key aspects of that effort will ultimately be adding end-to-end encryption for all of them and allowing them to interoperate. Currently, only WhatsApp has end-to-end encryption by default, and Messenger merely offers it as an opt-in option within each conversation you have. “People’s private communications should be secure,” Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote in his March 2019 memo outlining his vision. “End-to-end encryption prevents anyone—including us—from seeing what people share on our services.” Read Full Story

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