14 May, 2020
As the Zoom suddenly became the video meeting service of choice: Daily meeting participants on the platform surged from 10 million in December to , and .forced millions of people to over the past two months,
With that popularity came Zoom's privacy risks extending rapidly to massive numbers of people. From built-in attention-tracking features to recent upticks in "Zoombombing" (in which uninvited attendees break in and disrupt meetings, often with hate-filled or pornographic content), the company's security practices have been drawing more attention -- along with at least three lawsuits.
(News Courtesy : Sarah Tew/CNET)