A closer analysis of the FTC-Zoom settlement

01/12/2020 | IAPP

With no financial penalty awarded, the recent settlement between the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Zoom Video Communications over data security issues comes off as more of a warning shot to the teleconference platform than anything else. However, the proposed consent order did yield some interesting tidbits about what Zoom will have to do to avoid a fine down the line and a potential divide that exists within the FTC on its approach to enforcement.

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Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Washington, DC

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