In Sosol, a user who protested that online meeting app Zoom was sharing user personal information with Facebook, Google and LinkedIn and neglected to disrupt a meeting called Zoomombing, a preliminary agreement was reached. reached Zoom is said to be paying $85 million in settlement payments to settle the lawsuit.
Approval of the San Jose, California District Court is required for a settlement to be established. If approved, the manuscript will receive a refund of 15% of the subscription fee or $25, whichever is greater. Zoom denies cheating, stating that privacy and security are top priorities. Related information can be found here.