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The China connection may haunt Zoom in the US and India. The app remains under scrutiny.

CEO Eric Yuan has asserted that the Silicon Valley-based video-conferencing giant is an American company, but the popular app remains under scrutiny for its China policies and related privacy issues. Zoom is now moving to address those concerns, and offering end-to-end encryption to all in a step in that direction. Meanwhile, competition is also fast catching up with Zoom.

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WhatsApp has failed to generate cash for Facebook. The deal with Jio can be a turning point.

Some experts call WhatsApp a liability for parent Facebook. While big, flourishing brands are often money-spinners for companies, Facebook has been unable to monetise the instant-messaging platform significantly despite its 2 billion users globally. Facebook’s deal with Jio is intended to set things right by transforming WhatsApp into a marketplace-type platform. It may just work.

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Zoom emerges as a formidable rival to WhatsApp, Skype, Microsoft Teams. Can it stay on top?

From 10 million participants globally in December 2019 to 300 million in April 2020, it’s a heady ride for the Nasdaq-listed communications platform in the new world. In India, it has been more than a match for the mighty WhatsApp. But Zoom is chased by security and privacy concerns. Still, the US markets have given its stock a big thumbs up.

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