What Zoom’s $85M Class Action Lawsuit Means for Data Privacy

The popular video conferencing platform, Zoom, is under fire for allegedly sharing users’ private information without their consent and lying about their software being end-to-end encrypted. Now it has promised to pay $85M in claims to users and vows to improve its privacy practices. The case evidences a larger privacy movement playing out in both the public and private sectors. To learn more, read the full article in The Drum featuring OptiMine CEO Matt Voda: https://www.thedrum.com/news/2021/12/14/what-zoom-s-85m-class-action-lawsuit-means-data-privacy