Jio Meet Users, What JIO will collect for it's free service

After the security concerns detected by the it branch of Indian government. Now it is the no. one choice for the users in India for video conferencing. JioMeet also lets you video call with up to 100 people straight off the bat, though there are virtually no time limits here which gives Jio’s homegrown video calling tool an edge.JioMeet will also have to prove that it is better at handling privacy and security of users. Something that Zoom hasn’t been very good at.

Basically you’ll end up sharing both personal (name, age, gender, contact information, products and services you are interested in or require more information about) as well as non-personal (unique system or hardware identifiers, system or application software, and peripherals) data with Reliance Jio to use JioMeet.

All the data that Jio will collect on you will be retained “only for a limited duration” though retention period will be longer in case it is required or permitted by law. “Once the purpose is achieved, all personal information is deleted in a safe and secure mode,” Jio notes.

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