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✘ Weak privacy policies: critics often raise concern about the reduced security of the free version of Skype.
When it comes to programs for making a video call, most people automatically turn to Skype as the go-to solution.
Launched in 2003, Skype is now the world’s foremost online video conference application.
It’s also possible to use this instant messenger to send files (images, documents, etc.) and exchange contact information.
Additionally, it’s possible to invite other Skype users to view the display on a screen via screen-sharing.
Meanwhile, the free version of Skype has been widely criticized for its low level of security; despite the many advantages mentioned above, this controversial issue is generally considered to be the program’s Achilles’ heel.
This can be seen in the following list of pros and cons: ✘ Users can’t know for certain who (besides those involved in the conversation) has access to the contents of their call or messages.
In order to use this service, Skype users must buy credit in advance for calls and texts, but at a comparatively low price.In addition to being able to contact other users via a video call, the application also boasts an impressive range of other functions.