Zoom settles privacy lawsuit for $85m

Lawsuit alleges Zoom shared personal data with tech giants and did not do enough to prevent hackers infiltrating calls

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Zoom settles privacy lawsuit for $85m

Zoom has agreed to pay $85m to settle a lawsuit which claims the video communications platform violated the privacy of its users by sharing personal data with Facebook, Google and LinkedIn. The ...

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