NHS doctors told not to make video calls to patients using Zoom

22/04/2020 | The Telegraph

NHS trusts have banned doctors and nurses from using Zoom to make virtual appointments to over 3 million patients due to security concerns about the platform.  Meanwhile, The Register reports Zoom has tightened up its security in the video-conferencing software maker's 90-day plan to overhaul the platform after a hellish few weeks.

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