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Zoom CEO Tells NPR He Never Thought 'Seriously' About Online Harassment Until Now

Eric Yuan says he is willing to make his video-conferencing software harder to use, if that means it will be safer. Zoom is grappling with a wave of online harassment on its platform.

Pisso Nseke left his apartment in Wuhan, China, on Wednesday — the first time since the city at the epicenter of the coronavirus crisis went under lockdown nearly three months ago. Courtesy of Pisso Nseke hide caption

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Expat In Post-Lockdown Wuhan: 'Things Will Never Be The Same'

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Because of the coronavirus, mail volume is down, and the U.S. Postal Service says it may run out of money by this summer. Matt Rourke/AP hide caption

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You've Got Less Mail: The Postal Service Is Suffering Amid The Coronavirus

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Álvaro Callama is an electrician from Venezuela who fled to Colombia two years ago. He says immigrants in the country are struggling after the authorities passed measures to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus. John Otis/NPR hide caption

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After Fleeing Crisis, Venezuelan Migrants Now Struggle In Coronavirus Lockdown

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Zoom CEO Tells NPR He Never Thought 'Seriously' About Online Harassment Until Now

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Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers gave Americans a much-needed on-screen escape in the 1930s. Above, they dance in the 1938 comedy musical Carefree. Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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Fred And Ginger Cheered Us Up During The Depression. Might They Do It Again?

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