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Coronavirus hype leads New York’s top lawyer to probe Zoom over security

The Next Web Tuesday, 31 March 2020
Zoom, the free conference calling app that’s found booming popularity amongst both users and stock traders during the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, has now drawn the attention of New York attorney general, Laetitia James. James’ office sent the company a letter on Monday that requested the startup provide details of additional steps its taken to protect new users, which are especially important considering Zoom’s rough history with security flaws, the New York Times reports. [Read: SEC halts $ZOOM after coronavirus traders confuse it for Zoom app] “[Our office] is concerned that Zoom’s existing security practices might not be sufficient to adapt to…

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