Clubhouse tackles privacy issues with its drop-in audio chats

Clubhouse is making changes that will address some common complaints about its drop-in audio chats, and it’s hoping to give creators a boost in the process. As The Verge reports, Clubhouse will no longer require access to your phone contacts to invite people to the platform — you only have to add their phone number directly. While that’s not as ideal as avoiding phone numbers altogether, it tackles gripes that Clubhouse was both asking for unnecessary info and creating profiles for people who never intended to join.

Company chief Paul Davidson added that you can ask the company to delete any contacts you’ve already uploaded, and that a tool is in the works to let you delete contacts yourself.

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