Video conferencing, recordings, transcripts

SpatialChat uses Twilio’s video conferencing platform, through WebRTC technology to allow more people in the conversation, and better stability. Your stream will be sent through video router servers which will transmit it to the other participants in the call, and also transmits their streams to you. Streams will always be encrypted (AES-128 or AES-256 algorithm) in transit, but will be decrypted and re-encrypted when passing through the video routers. We operate an infrastructure of video routers distributed across the world, and you will be automatically routed to the closest one. The video router servers and all of our infrastructure adhere to strict security measures, preventing any eavesdropping or interruption of the video/audio streams.
  • All media traffic is encrypted no matter the endpoint you use (web or mobile) or the session setup you choose (P2P or multiparty)
  • SpatialChat uses the AES cipher with 128-bit keys to encrypt audio and video, and HMAC-SHA1 to verify data integrity
  • Camera is turned off once a user closes all SpatialChat pages/tabs in the browser
  • WebRTC video communications are AES-256 encrypted
  • SpatialChat does NOT record or store any video communication recordings
  • SpatialChat does NOT process or store your audio/video comunication transcripts
  • Meetings not using E2EE, but all network traffic encrypted with SSL between client and server by SSL and TLS
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