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Re: FTC's Zoom Deal Signals Commitment to Security Enforcement
Posted by: John K. Higgins 2020-12-30 09:05:49
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The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is making good on a resolution to strengthen its enforcement of security deficiencies occurring in e-commerce transactions. The agency's recent action involving allegations of improper activities by teleconferencing provider Zoom Video Communications is a notable example. In the settlement, the FTC imposed specific requirements on the company regarding safety and privacy issues associated with Zoom's services.


Re: FTC's Zoom Deal Signals Commitment to Security Enforcement
Posted by: Jamal324 2021-04-12 17:00:35 In reply to: John K. Higgins
I agree with this "According to a posting by Cleary Gottlieb's Collins, Commissioner Rohit Chopra expressed concern that the settlement lacked provisions for meaningful relief for those users harmed by Zoom's misrepresentations, such as contractual releases, refunds, or credits for small businesses who purchased Zoom services based on false representations, failed to mandate notice to affected users, and lacked monetary penalties."
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