Zoom Sued After Bible Study Derailed By 'Traumatizing' Porn

Law360 (May 13, 2020, 10:37 PM EDT) -- Zoom's lax security allowed a "known offender" to commandeer a web-based Bible study class and "Zoombomb" its participants with "traumatizing" pornography, a San Francisco church alleged in a proposed class action filed Wednesday in California federal court.

Saint Paulus Lutheran Church and the Bible study group leader Heddi N. Cundle hit Zoom Video Communications Inc. with a suit claiming the company failed to take necessary steps to keep an intruder from hacking into a May 6 Bible study class and causing pornographic content to play "on all participants' computers in a full-screen mode and with loud audio."

"Ms. Cundle and the...

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