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Just as members of the Jewish community, our organizations and institutions have faced anti-Semitism, harassment and even assault, so too do our online spaces.
Bad actors may seek to disrupt public video conferencing calls – primarily using the Zoom platform – using the platform’s screensharing feature to project graphic content to unwitting conference participants, forcing hosts to shut down their events. In addition to private corporations and general community events, this activity has also impacted Jewish institutions: SCN is aware of instances where white supremacist and/or neo-Nazi material or statements have been used to disrupt events.
As many Jewish organizations transition events to online forums, internet-hosted events, and remote working, SCN has compiled the below best-practice tips, specific to the Zoom Video Conference platform, to assist organizations and event sponsors in providing a safe and welcoming virtual space.
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