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Rights groups call on Zoom to stop surveilling people’s emotions

by Didi Rankovic, Reclaim The Net:

“Emotional tracking software.”

Governments and companies are exhibiting a growing trend of wanting to, simply put, ultimately own people using their products – whether it’s their biometric data collected via ever more advanced facial recognition and other mass surveillance tools, or personal data exposed and harvested on social networks, apps, and elsewhere on the internet.

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All that doesn’t seem to be not enough, though: now the push is to try to “read users’ minds” – starting with figuring out the state of their emotions. There’s “invasive” – and then there’s “invasive” – and one of those reportedly planning to implement a high level of invasiveness is Zoom, the pandemic’s videoconferencing success story.

Reacting to all this is a group of more than two dozen organizations located around the world, who have now addressed founder and CEO of Zoom Eric Yuan

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