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Clubhouse users, be careful, they may get banned if they are broadcasting to other channels.
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Since the "Clubhouse" app is now attracted all over the world. But with access restrictions Whether it is in the matter of "Still officially supported only on iOS" and "requires an Invite to apply."

As a result, many people and various media have brought the Clubhouse talks to other channels. This may be against the Clubhouse terms of use and must also use a Clubhouse account to listen to and record the audio. The app is privacy conscious and solves the problem of being intercepted through the app's traffic continuously. Therefore, it may include the transmission of the signal elsewhere that may constitute a violation of privacy.

Clubhouse has now permanently banned users doing so. And will do this for many other accounts



In the SIO (Stanford Internet Observator) case that it was found that hackers were using JavaScript to access eavesdropping And the system used is owned by Agora, a Chinese company, but has an office in America. Without encryption Unable to determine where the hackers came from, Clubhouse released the encryption system within 72 hours of the SIO announcement and plans to hire a company to provide additional security.

Agora told Bloomberg it could not comment on Clubhouse's security or privacy protocols, but said it was "committed to making our products as secure as possible".

Clubhouse users have previously streamed and shared conversations on external platforms. In January, the app reached 5,000 people per room, when Tesla CEO Elon Musk interviewed Robinhood CEO Vladimir Tenev on “The Good Time Show”. Thousands of people could come and hear.

A week later, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg appeared on the same Clubhouse show, causing the app to stop working for some users.

The invitation-only app has continued to garner public attention since it was created less than a year ago. In recent months, celebrities have included Paris Hilton Oprah Winfrey. And Mark Cuban They flock to use the Clubhouse.

The app is currently in beta mode. But in February, Clubhouse CEO Paul Davison told CNBC that he plans to launch the voice app to all users as quickly as possible.


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