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Zoom sued for overstating, not disclosing privacy, security flaws – Reuters

Zoom sued for overstating, not disclosing privacy, security flaws – Reuters

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  1. You know you’re shifty when you’re in trouble for both overstating and understating at the same time

  2. They’re already public for almost a year and somehow got by with all these security flaws?

    I mean that’s one way to “disrupt” the market

  3. I hope they fix this stuff and change their practices cause I’m a teacher abroad and zoom literally saved our private language school from closing due to lockdown. Apart from security I really love the layout and features – I guess skype will work too but goddamn skype is a terrible piece of junk.

  4. Isn’t this what the NFL was going to use for their draft?

  5. Aaaaaaaaannnddd it’s gone!!

  6. I’ve read their policies and it’s oretty clear they have shady practices. They disclose that they will do anything with stuff they collect.

  7. Way to ruin it for the rest of us. Now we are going to have to go back to the crummy alternatives.

  8. What I don’t understand is why people don’t seem to give a fuck about this company selling our data to FB or whoever?

    Sure I’ll give Zoom all my contacts in the permissions settings, sure.

    I couldn’t care less about some asshat zoombombing my meetings.

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