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    Zoom Class Actions Highlight Calif. Privacy Law Issues

    Outside Publication

    Hartford Partner Tara Trifon authored an article for Law360 discussing the recent class actions premised on Zoom’s privacy policy and cybersecurity issues that have come under scrutiny after the platform’s sharp rise in users who are working remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic. The class actions allege that Zoom’s privacy practices (including sharing data with Facebook, Inc.) and the failure to address its cybersecurity vulnerabilities (including failing provide adequate security to avoid breach and infiltration of users’ videoconference, or “Zoombombing”), constitute violations of the California Consumer Privacy Act.

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