An error occurred while saving the commentHoward Kistler commented
In addition to being a management annoyance with regular meetings, this is a potentially significant security hole. There is no indication that someone added once to an established meeting will continue to have access to all future occurrences of that meeting. Thus this could be an unmonitored window into conversations that are otherwise assumed to be secure. Take this example:
1) An organisation has a regular internal weekly meeting.
2) An external consultant is invited into the meeting once for a particular discussion.
3) This consultant now has access to all future occurrences of the meeting, potentially in an undetectable way if they audit those meetings silently.
Until this addressed, this hole significantly compromises the usability of Teams in a professional setting, and may even lead to violations of corporate, national, or international privacy regulations under some circumstances.Howard Kistler supported this idea ·