Zoom quietly changes policy to allow AI models to be trained on user data - updated

And there's no way to opt-out

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Zoom tweaks policy to allow training AI models on user content
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Zoom tweaks policy to allow training AI models on user content

A change to Zoom's Terms of Service means users' data can now be used to train AI models.

According to the updated policy, Zoom maintains exclusive rights to all "Service Generated Data" (SGD), granting the company the authority to modify, process, distribute, share, store and maintain ...

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