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Google Meet video conferencing has only been available through G Suite, but now the service will be accessible to anyone who wants to use the software. Google has announced that as of next week, Meet will be available to all users and it will be possible to hold video meetings with up to 100 participants without any time limits. This will be valid until September 30, after which Google can change the max time to 60 minutes.

In conjunction with this, Google will implement some additional security features to prevent so-called zoom bombing, which is when unauthorized guests enter video meetings. More specifically, it will only be possible to attend video meetings if you have received a proper calendar invitation and if someone receives the video link, this individual will be sent to a separate room and only gets access when the host has approved the individual.

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