Zoom settled a class action lawsuit for $85 million where users’ alleged that Zoom did not protect users’ personal information thereby allowing third parties to infiltrate a user meeting. As part of the settlement, Zoom denies any wrongdoing or liability.
Eligible class members consists of those in the United States who were registered, used, opened or downloaded the Zoom app between March 30, 2016 and July 30, 2021 outside the enterprise-level account or government account. Paid subscribers may be eligible for the greater of either about $25 or 15% of your payment while free subscribers may be eligible for about $15.
The deadline to file a claim in the Zoom settlement is March 5, 2022.
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