Zoom, the video-conference company, closed a user account controlled by a group of U.S.-based Chinese activists after they held an event on the service to commemorate the Tiananmen Square crackdown, Axios reported. A Zoom spokesperson told Axios that it closed the account to comply with local laws but that it had now been reactivated. This suggests Zoom closed the account at the behest of...
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