You recently published a blog post on the new virtual backgrounds feature.
This is based on the MediaPipe Meet Segmentation model published by Google on January 21, 2021 (Model Card Xeno Meet Segmentation Jan 2021.pdf - Google Drive).
This model is actually licensed under Google Terms of Service (https://policies.google.com/terms).
The Google license is “non-assignable”, which means we not allowed to assign the license to anyone else.
Isn’t this a problem, in particular when we use Jitsi for commercial purposes?