Ring has ended the technical preview for the video end-to-end encryption feature it launched earlier this year for its video doorbells. The feature is now available worldwide on select Ring doorbells.
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Google Messages is finally rolling out end-to-end encryption for everyone after a beta test that kicked off in November of last year has ended. For now, it supports only one-on-one conversations.
Zoom has announced that users will be able to use end-to-end encryption from next week. It will solicit feedback for 30 days after launch to help weed out any issues that people run into.
After announcing that free users won't be offered E2EE, Zoom is now saying that it will offer AES 256 GCM protection to all users. This decision came after a discussion with relevant authorities.