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Zoom sued for allegedly sharing users' personal data with Facebook
The video-conferencing tool has seen its user accounts soar recently, putting a spotlight on its security measures.
Zoom to iPhone users: We're no longer sending your data to Facebook
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Zoom is being sued for allegedly handing over data to Facebook
Zoom accused in lawsuit of improperly sharing user data with Facebook
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