khaskhabar.com : Sunday, 05 December 2021 12:01 PM
San Francisco. Video conferencing platform Zoom is considering a settlement in a class-action lawsuit over alleged privacy and security issues. As The Verge reports, if a user uses the app before July, they may be eligible to receive the funds.
The company has agreed to pay $85 million, denying the allegations and any liability.
Two groups are eligible to file this claim. If a user paid for a Zoom Meeting app subscription between March 30, 2016 and July 30, 2021, they can file a claim for either $25 or 15 percent of what they paid for that subscription (optional add-on except).
The second is that if users are not eligible for the first group, but they have registered, used, opened or downloaded the Zoom meeting app between March 30, 2016 and July 30, 2021, users can file a claim for $15. can.
However, if a user has only used Zoom with an ‘enterprise-level account’ or a government account, they are excluded from the settlement.
These claims should be submitted by March 5, 2022, the report said. Users can file a claim online or mail a completed claim form.
However, according to the settlement’s website, the payment amount “may increase or decrease” depending on how many people submit claims.
The settlement has been initially approved by the court and a final approval hearing is scheduled for April 7, 2022. (IANS)
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