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Jitsi is an open-source video conferencing and instant messaging platform that allows users to conduct secure and private online meetings, video calls, and chat sessions. It offers a range of communication features designed for both individuals and organizations.

Pros & Cons

Open Source - source code is available for public inspection and modification
Supports end-to-end encryption for chats and provides secure, password-protected meeting rooms
Users can use Jitsi without creating an account
May not have the extensive ecosystem or integrations available in some competing platforms
May be resource-intensive, particularly when hosting larger meetings or video conferences

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