1. Zoom Sued by One of its Own Shareholders for Allegedly Covering up its Security Flaws

    Zoom Sued by One of its Own Shareholders for Allegedly Covering up its Security Flaws
    • Zoom is reportedly being sued by one of its own shareholders for allegedly hiding security flaws in its app.
    • Bloomberg reports that shareholder Michael Drieu filed a class-action lawsuit Tuesday in a San Francisco federal court, claiming revelations about Zoom's deficiencies affected its stock price.
    • The videoconferencing service has come under fire this month over multiple security-related issues, despite seeing a surge in use amid the coronavirus crisis...
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