Zoom to pay $85 million to users after lying about end-to-end encryption
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Zoom to pay $85 million to users after lying about end-to-end encryption

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Popular video conferencing platform Zoom will have to pay $85 million to its users as part of class-action lawsuit settlement. The company was accused of lying about offering end-to-end encryption on its services, as well as providing user data to Facebook and Google without permission.

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