Someone I was chatting with took a snapshot during our video call, and I do not want them to have my photo.
I'm fine with live video chats, and willing to do that. But I feel my privacy is violated when anyone I chat with can take snapshots of me, and then download them to their computer.
I have no way to remove these images from the chat myself; only they can do that by holding a finger on the image and then tapping remove. But I am powerless to get my image off of the chat myself, unless I am the one who took the screenshot.
Evidently they can also record video during a chat and record audio as well.
Is there a way to prevent people I chat with from recording audio and video or our chat, or to prevent them from taking snapshots during a chat, and then downloading them to their computers?
I use Skype mobile, but can log on using my laptop as well, if it is easier to change the settings there.
Is this possible to do?
I feel this is a serious issue, and a violation of people's privacy. There is real liability for Microsoft here.
Skype should give people a clear option to opt out of letting photos and recordings be taken of them during video or audio chats. Seems to me there is liability for Skype if they do not give people an option for this when they install the app.