Thousands of video calls from the Zoom service went online

Thousands of video calls of Zoom users were placed on Youtube and Vimeo video hosting sites.

According to The Washington Post, personal video calls, including business meetings, sessions with psychotherapists, classes in primary schools and others, were made freely available.

The company’s management has apologized and promised to correct the vulnerability of the service.

With the outbreak of the coronavirus epidemic, the popularity of the Zoom service, which allows making video calls, increased tenfold. At the end of last year, about 10 million users were registered on the service, and now their number has exceeded 200 million.