To exercise these rights: After persistent criticism from data advocates, Zoom announced in a June 17 blog post that its next end-to-end encryption (E2E) would no longer be reserved for paid users. The millions of people who use Zoom for free for school, friendliness and work will also receive end-to-end encryption. Like most technology companies with an online presence, on our marketing sites, such as zoom.us and zoom.com, we use third-party advertising services (like Google) to provide personalized ads to our users on products that visitors may find interesting. (For example, if you visit our website, you`ll later see, depending on your cookies settings, a Zoom ad that reminds you of the features Zoom has to offer.) However, this only applies to user activity on the zoom.us site. No data on user activities on the Zoom platform – including video, audio and chat content – are transmitted to third parties for advertising purposes. If you don`t want to receive targeted ads via Zoom after your visit zoom.us simply click on the « Cookie Settings » link at the bottom of any page on the site zoom.us and adjust the cursor to « Cookies Required. » But s3c noticed that the unique identification tag in zoom`s confirmation site URL was identical to the first ID tag.