According to a report by them Financial Times, a United States Senator sent a warning last week to members of the Senate and their respective staff, who told them not to use the Zoom because of growing problems security, that have emerged recently.
On the other hand, the German government imposed ban of Zoom to its staff.
Google, SpaceX, other companies and governments have also banned it Zoom
The German government is not the only one to make this move. Its governments Ταϊβάν and Australia have already announced the decision to ban Zoom. Also, has been banned in schools of New York and in major companies such as SpaceX and Google.
All organizations have made this decision following the many security issues that have come to light in recent weeks.
The teleconferencing app suddenly peaked due to it quarantine and compulsory work from home. In December it had about 10 million users. It reached them by March 200 million users, as more and more people started using it to communicate with their own and their colleagues at work. Prior to the sudden rise, Zoom employees had focused on improving application features and they hadn't invested much in safety.
In early April, following security concerns and poor reviews, Zoom's CEO, Eric Yuan, said that company will stop developing new features and focus on improving application security.
However, despite the quick response to solving all the problems, it will take some time to regain the trust of the users.