Amidst growing concerns over user privacy since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Zoom CEO Eric Yuan took to a conference call to address public concerns. The call, which hosted 272 of the industry’s top professionals started off smooth, opening with small talk. After pushing past how we’re all adjusting to the new normal, Eric Yuan in an attempt to share his screen somehow muted himself. One participant, Dave, a 29-year-old sales executive based in New York who relocated from Philadelphia just before COVID-19 and is currently in quarantine with his college sweetheart in a relationship he’s not quite so sure about after she reheated salmon leftovers in the microwave, recalls “I was pointing and yelling at Yuan that he was on mute. I later found out that I was frozen for all of it thanks to my girlfriend streaming Real Housewives in the other room.” Where does this leave us as it pertains to DCCPPA? Little was gained from trying to read his lips, however, with another quick sync scheduled for later this month, we’ll hopefully get all of our questions answered.
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