COVID In Silicon Valley: How the Pandemic Powered San Jose-Based Zoom to Worldwide Infrastructure MainstayZoom built a profitable business focusing on large, enterprise customers with an easy-to-use teleconferencing system. It wasn't designed to become the worldwide default for remote communication but pandemic-driven demand forced the Silicon Valley company to retool with lightning speed.
SF Church Leads Class Action Suit Against Zoom, Inc. After Bible Study Class Gets Zoombombed With PornOne of San Francisco's oldest churches has filed a class-action lawsuit against the popular videoconferencing app Zoom, after a pornographic zoombombing incident during a Bible Study class.
Zoom Buys Keybase To Shore Up Security Amid 'Zoombombing'Zoom Video Communications is buying security firm Keybase in an effort to shore up security for its video meetings.
San Jose City Leaders, Residents Endure Rise In 'Zoombombings'San Jose City Council member Raul Peralez fell victim to hackers twice in one week in a new online harassment trend. The trend, known as "Zoombombing" is when video conferences are interrupted by unwanted visitors, who often display pornography or slurs.