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Encrypted, free and open source video calling app, which does not require creating an account/ providing any personal details. Available as a web app, and native app for Windows, MacOS, Linux, Android and iOS. You can use the public Jitsi instance, self-host your own, or use a community hosted instance.

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Jitsi Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy Summary

  • There is a date of the last update of the agreements
  • This service collects your IP address, which can be used to view your approximate location
  • The service provides a complaint mechanism for the handling of personal data
  • Your personal data is used for limited purposes
  • The service can delete your account without prior notice and without a reason
  • You maintain ownership of your data
  • Prohibits the posting of pornographic content
  • The service provider makes no warranty regarding uninterrupted, timely, secure or error-free service
  • This service throttles your use
  • This service does not condone any ideas contained in its user-generated contents
  • This service prohibits users sending chain letters, junk mail, spam or any unsolicited messages
  • They may stop providing the service at any time
  • You waive your right to a class action.
  • You have the right to leave this service at any time
  • Users agree not to use the service for illegal purposes
  • This service prohibits users from attempting to gain unauthorized access to other computer systems
  • If you offer suggestions to the service, they may use that without your approval or compensation, but they do not become the owner
  • Any liability on behalf of the service is only limited to USD $10
  • This service does not guarantee that it or the products obtained through it meet the users' expectations or requirements
  • Failure to enforce any provision of the Terms of Service does not constitute a waiver of such provision
  • Invalidity of any portion of the Terms of Service does not entail invalidity of its remainder
  • The service provides information about how they intend to use your personal data
  • The service provides details about what kinds of personal information they collect
  • The court of law governing the terms is in New York, USA.
  • The court of law governing the terms is in a jurisdiction that is less friendly to user privacy protection.
  • Your personal data is not sold
  • The service is provided 'as is' and to be used at the users' sole risk
  • This service is only available to users over a certain age
  • Business Users are solely responsible for claims made against the service and agree to indemnify and hold harmless the service.
  • The service may change its terms at any time, but the user will receive notification of the changes.
  • Third parties are involved in operating the service
  • The copyright license that users grant this service is limited to the parties that make up the service's broader platform.
  • The service allows you to use pseudonyms
  • This service assumes no liability for any losses or damages resulting from any matter relating to the service
  • User logs are deleted after a finite period of time




Domains Covered by Policy

  • jitsi.org
  • meet.jit.si

About the Data

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Jitsi Source Code




Jitsi Meet - Secure, Simple and Scalable Video Conferences that you use as a standalone app or embed in your web application.







16 Dec 13

Last Updated

17 May 24

Latest version


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267,100 KB







Language Usage

Language Usage

Star History

Star History

Recent Commits

  • Aaron van Meerten (17 May 24)

    fix(jwt): Fixes parsing JWT in hash as JSON instead of a string (#14760)

  • Saúl Ibarra Corretgé (17 May 24)

    feat(gh) use new form based issue and feature request templates

  • Saúl Ibarra Corretgé (17 May 24)

    feat(ci) use a more future-proof way of installing Node in CI Install the version based on .nvmrc rather than speficying it in the action.

  • Mihaela Dumitru (17 May 24)

    fix(recordings) extend notification timeout (#14758)

  • damencho (16 May 24)

    fix: Drop nodejs build dependency. Out build process does not actually require nodejs. We assume node/npm is installed on the machine. Dropping it so we can use just nvm to control the versions via .npmrc.

  • Aaron van Meerten (16 May 24)

    feat: move jwt to URL hash from search parameters (#14749) * feat: move jwt to URL hash from search parameters * fix lint * comments for future work * comment format * fix to use ts-ignore like previous parseURLParams case

  • Horatiu Muresan (16 May 24)

    chore(node): Increment node ver to 20 (#13445) * chore(node) Update to node 20.x * fix * remove accidental file

  • Calinteodor (16 May 24)

    chore(deps, react-native): update to 0.72.14 (#14741) * chore(deps, react-native): changes regarding react native update to 0.72.14

  • Дамян Минков (15 May 24)

    fix(visitors): Drop use of APP, breaks mobile. (#14746)

  • damencho (14 May 24)

    fix: Fixes swagger syntax.

  • Shawn (12 May 24)

    fix(premeeting/conference/prejoin): hideConferenceSubject hides subject on prejoin

  • Emmanuel Pelletier (28 Mar 24)

    fix(lang) update screen reader related french translation - settings string contained a string saying "show / hide settings", but we should match the english string saying only "show settings" as the button is only used to show the settings (its a dialog you can't go out of, so there is no way to go back to the settings button to close, the "hide" case doesn't exist) - use "Activer" instead of "Rétablir" and "Démarrer" for toggle on states, as this wording is used accross lots of other buttons, it makes more sense to use the same wording - change the unmute/mute audio/video strings to tell the user its *their* device they toggle. There are a few spots in this app where we label stuff as "mute microphone", sometimes its for you, sometimes its for other people. The idea here is to say "Mute your microphone" instead of "Mute microphone" so that screen reader users fully understand what they do.

  • Calinteodor (13 May 24)

    feat(react-native-sdk): Update rnsdk script dependencies (#14739) * feat(rnsdk): moved metro-config dep to devDeps

  • damencho (13 May 24)

    fix(visitors): Stops processing pre-join on error reply.

  • garysmith058 (10 May 24)

    feat(external-api) Forward CONFERENCE_CREATED_TIMESTAMP to iframe

  • damencho (01 May 24)

    feat: Introduce utility for checking sip jigasi stanzas.

  • damencho (01 May 24)

    feat: Checking for visitors in available hosts. Supports different domains for visitors, including one for jigasi and jigasis to be visitors.

  • Mihaela Dumitru (08 May 24)

    chore(deps) bump excalidraw version (#14641)

  • Hristo Terezov (07 May 24)

    fix(createAndAddInitialAVTracks): async/await logic.

  • Hristo Terezov (07 May 24)

    feat(createInitialAVTracks): Improve handling/displaying errors.

  • Hristo Terezov (07 May 24)

    fix(visitors): Use single GUM for enabling media on promotion. Before we were using setAudioMuted and setVideoMuted which was effectively using separate GUM calls for audio and video. This was problematic in the case where GUM permissions prompt was displayed because two separate prompts were displayed.

  • Aaron van Meerten (07 May 24)

    feat: allow client JWT in Authorization header (#14724) * feat: allow client JWT in Authorization header * cleaner check for initial header * better comment for the reason for sub(8 * allow query value to override authorization header

  • Francois Marier (07 May 24)

    fix(ios) use the correct organization name

  • Edgars Voroboks (06 May 24)

    fix(lang): Make existing phrasing in Latvian language more clear (#14721) * fix(lang): More updates on existing phrasing in Latvian language * fix(lang): Update Latvian language translation

  • Edgars Voroboks (06 May 24)

    fix(lang): Update Latvian language translation (#14720) * fix(lang): Update Latvian language translation * fix(lang): Use better wording in Latvian translation

  • Saúl Ibarra Corretgé (06 May 24)

    chore(deps) [email protected] Fixes: https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet-flutter-sdk/issues/60

  • Saúl Ibarra Corretgé (06 May 24)

    chore(deps) run npm audit fix

  • Saúl Ibarra Corretgé (06 May 24)

    feat(ci) run CI also on macOS on arm64 The macOS-13 image runners are x64, but macOS-14 are arm64.

  • Christoph Settgast (06 May 24)

    feat(config) allow overriding desktop deeplinking toggle (#14712)

  • Christoph Settgast (05 May 24)

    lang: update German translation (#14711) Signed-off-by: Christoph Settgast <[email protected]>

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