In March 2020, when many across the world switched to online gatherings, Zoom was slapped with a class-action lawsuit for falsely representing its 'end-to-end encryption' protections at the time. Now, it has settled the lawsuit for $86m.
bbc.com/news/business-58050391

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@torproject So, so long as you lie and cheat hard enough in this capitalist world, you can make enough money to easily pay the fines and still become stinking rich... 🤨

"We are proud of the advancements we have made to our platform, and look forward to continuing to innovate with privacy and security at the forefront."

Yeah sure, we believe you (and everyone else that spews the same.

@greenpete Oh is that again capitalism's fault? Or people's fault?

@greenpete I wonder what's your solution, especially for capitalism and privacy thing.

@Tekeria I don't have to have a solution to a problem just because I have an opinion on it 🤣

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