Zoom Pays $86 Million to Settle U.S. Privacy Lawsuit



Zoom has agreed to pay $86 million following the settlement of a class-action privacy lawsuit in the United States , says BBC. According to the complaint, Zoom has violated the privacy of millions of users by exchanging personal information with third-party companies such as LinkedIn, Google, and Facebook. A class-action lawsuit was filed on behalf of paying Zoom customers, Zoom subscribers that  produced $1.3 billion in revenues in the United States alone. That preliminary settlement is still subject to U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh in San Jose, California, who will make the final decision. A Zoom spokesperson stated, "The privacy and security of our users are top priorities for Zoom, and we take seriously the trust our users place in us" [...] "We are prou...

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