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Zoom's fall: Google bans Zoom from staffers' gear

A few weeks ago, Zoom was riding high. Zoom had become a verb. You didn’t video-conference, you Zoomed. Then came the constant drumbeat of one Zoom security problem after another, including the infamous Zoombombing. Zoom fought back with security fixes. But it may be too little too late. Today, BuzzFeed News ...

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Sky and Space enters voluntary administration

Image: Sky and Space Global ASX-listed nanosatellite company Sky and Space Global informed the stock market on Tuesday afternoon that it had entered voluntary administration the previous day. In an announcement from accountancy firm Hall Chadwick, the administrators said a meeting with the company’s creditors would be held within eight ...

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ACCC pauses NBN inquires until coronavirus pandemic stabilises

Image: Chris Duckett/ZDNet The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has announced it would pause its NBN entry-level access pricing and wholesale service standards inquiries to allow the industry to deal with the coronavirus pandemic that is sweeping the planet. At the same time, the consumer watchdog also released a position ...

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Zoom safely: How to password-protect your meetings

No one wants a naked man barging into a virtual classroom video conference, but that’s what happened in Norway-based class using the WhereBy service. Here, in the US, the enormously popular Zoom video-conferencing service meetings are getting attacked so often there’s even a phrase for it: Zoombombing.  Indeed, it’s gotten ...

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