Connecticut Attorney General Seeks Info on Zoom's Privacy Practices After He was 'Zoom-Bombed'

April 7, 2020
Usage of the video conferencing app Zoom has exploded over the past few weeks with more people than ever looking to work and socialize remotely. Zoom has come under fire for lax privacy and safety precautions, causing some school districts, government agencies and state attorneys general to step in. William Tong, the Attorney General for Connecticut, joined Cheddar to discuss.
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