Updated: May 10
In the recent updates Zoom a Video Conferencing Platform will be settling a user privacy complaint of $85M in the US.
This claim came into effect as Zoom was failed to protect the private meetings from “Zoom-bombing.”
Zoom became a priority work tool during the pandemic and fell victim to a hacker on several occasions over the past year.
Bloomberg cited a court filing that covers claims that Zoom misled consumers about encryption security and sharing data with Facebook without any consent.
Users complained their private meetings have been distorted with unusual voices and unethical content.
As a response to the lawsuit, Zoom ensured the public that they are updating their security and working to enhance their user-data privacy consent.
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