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Your arm and shoulder movements might tell your passwords to participants in Zoom meetings or other kinds of video conferencing or streaming.
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A classic scam relying on shaming users into paying up has a new coat of paint thanks to Zoom and the coronavirus pandemic.
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With a few new tweaks, HitFilm Express 14 maintains its position as the best free video editing software.