Zoom has agreed to pay $86 million to settle a class-action lawsuit filed in the U.S. The allegations included breach of customer data privacy and poor security standards that allowed zoombombing.
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Zoom now lets hosts suspend participant activities and remove a disruptive participant. It also unveiled an internal feature for alerting meeting organizers to potential Zoombombing attacks.
Under the May 9 update, passwords will be required for all meetings, both new and previously scheduled. Other changes involve screen sharing privileges and waiting rooms to further improve security.