Zoom Suspends Accounts of US Human Rights Organization

Zoom suspends accounts of US human rights organization Holds meetings related to Tiananmen Incident.

Video conferencing service Zoom Video Communications (ZM.O) has held an event that looks back on the Tiananmen case in China 31 years ago using the company’s platform, “Humanitarian China ( Humanitarian China)” account was temporarily suspended. The group announced on the 11th.

The event is a global video conference held by the group on May 31st using Zoom’s paid account, with more than 250 people attending and many streaming from China.

After confirming that he had temporarily closed his account, Zoom said, “If the meeting is spread over multiple countries, each participant is required to comply with the laws of each country.” We aim to limit the actions we take to people, and we are constantly reviewing and improving our processes to address these issues.”

Zhou Fengsuo, the founder of humanitarian China, in a post on Twitter asked Zoom to explain why the account was temporarily closed, but said it hasn’t received an answer yet.

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Zoom suspends accounts of US human rights organization Holds meetings related to Tiananmen Incident.

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