Singapore has lifted its suspension of the video conferencing app Zoom for teachers, reports BBC.
The ban came into effect last week after at least one lesson was hijacked by outsiders.
One mother said that, during her daughter's geography lesson, obscene images appeared on screen, before two men asked girls to "flash".
Zoom said it was "deeply upset" by the cases, but reminded teachers to protect sessions with a password and other security measures.
And, in a new statement today, the company said it had worked with Singapore's Ministry of Education since the incident, with three steps taken:
"Zoom is committed to providing educators with the tools and resources they need on a safe and secure platform," the firm said.
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