More and more people are holding virtual meetings as a way to socially distance while at work.
Unfortunately, it turned into a disturbing encounter for one Oklahoma City law firm.
Statement from Zoom
We are deeply upset to hear about these types of incidents, and Zoom strongly condemns such behavior. Given this is a pending investigation, we would like to emphasize what we’re doing to fight abuse on our platform more generally. We have recently updated a number of default settings and added features to help hosts more easily access in-meeting security controls, including controlling screen sharing, removing and reporting participants, and locking meetings, among other actions. We have also been educating users on security best practices for setting up their meetings, including recommending that users avoid sharing private meeting links and passwords on websites, social media, or other public forums, and encouraging anyone hosting large-scale or public events to utilize Zoom’s webinar solution.”
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