Brave Unveils Brave Talk, A Zoom Alternative That’s Focused On Privacy, Works Directly In The Browser

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Privacy and security-first Brave browser users can now use the final version of Brave Talk – a video conferencing feature that doesn’t require installation of additional apps or add-ons.

Video conferencing has seen a boom during the pandemic, and even the rise of highly successful alternatives to some apps previously dominating that market – but from Skype to Zoom, most are severely lacking in the privacy department. Announcing Brave Talk on the company blog, its makers mention some of these apps’ most contentious features happening under the hood: call monitoring, collecting metadata, and collecting people’s data that can be monetized by selling or sharing without user consent.

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