UCSB Prof Sues Zoom Over Child Porn 'Zoombomb' Hack

By Mike LaSusa (June 3, 2020, 7:53 PM EDT) -- A professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara has launched a proposed class action against Zoom Video Communications Inc., accusing the burgeoning company of allowing a 400-person video conference to be "Zoombombed" with child porn.

Victor Rios, an associate dean in UCSB's social sciences department, sued Zoom on Tuesday, blaming the company for two successive Zoombomb attacks on a webinar he was hosting on April 30.

"Rios, and other attendees of the webinar — most of whom were other public school teachers — had their computer screens hijacked and their control buttons disabled while being forced to watch pornographic video...

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