in Newswire Published on May 14, 2020

Church Alleges Zoom’s Privacy Flaws Allowed ‘Known Offender’ to ‘Zoombomb’ Bible Study with Pornographic Footage

Saint Paulus Lutheran Church et al. v. Zoom Video Communications, Inc.

Filed: May 13, 2020 § 5:20-cv-03252

A San Francisco church alleges Zoom's privacy shortcomings allowed an intruder to display pornographic footage during an online bible-study class.

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