Clubhouse’s privacy and security settings are being questioned at the moment. More than a week now since its developers pledged to bolster safeguards over Chinese spying fears, and now this. Bloomberg reports that an unidentified user was able to infiltrate multiple Clubhouse chatrooms and listen to the audio converter. He is believed to be from China and has now been banned.
He streamed the chats to their own website. Due to this expected visit, the company said it’s implementing more security measures focused on stopping unwarranted entries.
In this same month, Clubhouse implemented blocks over concerns that China could legally collect the app’s recordings from the country’s servers. The updates included additional encryption and blocks to prevent users from transmitting pings to Chinese servers.
This is a really tough time for the company. Tesla founder Elon Musk’s appearance on the app has also helped to fuel its snowballing hype. The company has pointed out some things they can use as against.
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