According to The Verge, the tech company recently revealed that anyone with a Google account will now be able to create free meetings of about 100 people that will last a specific amount of time, even if after September 30th, meeting length might be limited to 1 hour.
The Google account requirement is tough though. Users cannot just tap a link and join a meeting, they must be logged in. This is the case for meetings to be better controlled by their hosts, aimed at getting rid of any chance of Zoombombing.
Other safety measures will be introduced. For example, users not explicitly added to a meeting through a calendar invite will be automatically entered into a green room when they attempt to join a meeting, and can only be invited after getting approval from the host.