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Sep 21, 2021

Mo. high court considers whether Zoom testimony is ‘face-to-face’ confrontation

The Missouri Supreme Court heard a case on Sept. 15 that could determine if a witness’ Zoom testimony violated the defendant’s rights to face-to-face confrontation and cross-examination. Fourteen law professors submitted an amicus brief out of concern for what this case means for state and federal courts. Eight of those professors work at Saint Louis […]

Aug 2, 2021

‘Zoombombing’ claims settle for $85 million

Welcome to Monday, the 28th anniversary of the $173 million purchase of the Baltimore Orioles by an investment team led by attorney Peter G. Angelos. Here are some news items to get your week started. — Zoom agrees to pay $85 million to settle claims it failed to protect users’ privacy from hackers’ disruptive “Zoombombing.” […]

Jun 2, 2021

Zoom’s boom continues, raising post-pandemic hopes

Zoom is still booming, raising prospects that the video-conferencing service will be able to sustain its momentum, even as the easing pandemic lessens the need for virtual meetings.

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