Zoom has fixed an issue with its platform that meant call data was being sent through servers in China, even if none of the participants lived there.

In a blog post Zoom stated:

Zoom’s engineering teams continue to roll out enhanced security features for Zoom’s industry-leading unified communications platform. Last week we wrote about new data routing options for your Zoom meetings, webinar, and chat data. The feature was released this weekend, and we’d like to explain a little more about how it works.

Customers on paid accounts can now customize their data center settings with respect to real-time meeting traffic for Zoom Meetings and Zoom Video Webinars. As of April 18, Zoom admins and account owners of paid accounts can, at the account, group, or user level, opt-out of, or in to, specific data center regions with respect to data in transit. All paid admins can make regional…

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