Review Date 04/23/2020
What is required to sign up?
Email is required to sign up for BlueJeans
How does it handle privacy?
Can I control it?
What could happen if something went wrong
BlueJeans seems to do a fine job with security. It doesn't use end-to-end encryption, but it still uses strong encryption and has the ability to require passwords to access meeting to stop the dreaded "zoombombing." It does collect some personal information about users like your name, who you work for, your job, where you live, your phone number and email address, and potentially shares that data with third parties, which we don't love. That being said, BlueJeans' acquisition by Verizon, and Verizon's long history of being against net neutrality, leaves us concerned.