Zoom confirmed it terminated some meetings commemorating the Tiananmen Square crackdown and temporarily disabled the accounts of some hosts, all of which were created outside mainland China’s jurisdiction in places such as Hong Kong and the U.S. Zoom said it shouldn’t have done this and that going forward it wouldn’t allow the Chinese government to dictate how it handles users and meetings...
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