INDIANAPOLIS — A class action lawsuit against Zoom alleges the company failed to stop unwanted meeting disruptions, or "Zoom bombing," shared user info with third parties, and advertised its Zoom Meetings app as being encrypted "end-to-end" when plaintiffs contend it was not at that time.
While Zoom denies any wrongdoing, they settled.
If you downloaded or used Zoom's free services between March 30, 2016 and July 30, 2021 you could be eligible for a $15 payment.
If you are — or were — a paid subscriber to Zoom Meetings, you are entitled to receive either 15% of the total you paid to Zoom between the same dates, or $25, whichever is greater.
To receive the money, you must file a claim by Saturday, March 5. Click here to file a claim.
The Kroger class action lawsuit is as a result of the data breach announced last year. Hackers got access to certain customer and current and former employee information including Social Security numbers.
Kroger also denies any wrongdoing but is offering cash payment up to $5,000 for reimbursement of certain documented losses. They're also offering two years of credit monitoring services.
If you are eligible, you should have received a notice from the company. The deadline to file is also Saturday. March 5. Click here to file a claim.
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