NORDUnet Zoom Service and GDPR compliance

NORDUnet Zoom Service and GDPR compliance

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NORDUnet Zoom Service and GDPR compliance

In line with the past weeks’ huge increase in demand for and use of video conferencing and teaching via Zoom we have seen a parallel increase in the number of questions regarding privacy issues connected with the Zoom service, such as storage of personal data, access to personal data, and security matters in general.

 

To address all these very relevant concerns we have compiled an overview of all privacy related matters in connection with the use of the Zoom service in the Nordics, including an outline of what NORDUnet has done to be in compliance with GDPR and European privacy directives.

 

 

 

 

You can find the full overview in  support.nordu.net

 

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