Zoom, which rose very rapidly during the coronavirus period, comes to the fore with security holes. This time, it was claimed that Zoom transferred data to Chinese servers.
Does Zoom share data with China?
The transition of the business and education world to the model of distance learning and distance education due to coronavirus caused intense attention of online platforms. The fastest rise in this period was Zoom.
Zoom, which has 10 million active users before the epidemic, has reached a threshold of 300 million users in a short period of a few months. However, the allegations of Vulnerability related to Zoom are not interrupted.
This time, the allegations of Zoom transferring the user data to the servers located in China came to the agenda. Since Zoom founder Eric Yuan is Chinese, it is claimed that Zoom cooperates with the Chinese government and therefore user data is transferred to ChinaOver.
Zoom, which currently has 17 data centers in total, also has a data center in China. however, this data center is managed by an Australian company. Eric Yuan, in his statement, says that he received US citizenship in 2007, has lived in the USA since 1997, and established the company in the USA. It denies allegations of cooperation with the Chinese government.