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Zoom faces lawsuits for compromising users’ privacy, and what this means for employers (access required)

Since we have been confined to our homes due to the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of people have relied upon video conferencing to continue working, receive medical advice, attend school and maintain contact with family and friends. In this new stay-at-home environment, novel and challenging privacy concerns are coming to the forefront. With the use of ...

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