Zoom’s rapid expansion involved growing pains. The company recently settled with the Federal Trade Commission in the U.S. over claims of deceptive security practices during the early days of the pandemic.
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Ryerson hires augmented reality company to create virtual graduation
The class of 2020 celebrated graduation from their homes
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Federal Trade Commission settles with Zoom over deceptive privacy practices
The FTC says Zoom misled consumers about their security.
Toronto property management firm Cadillac Fairview illegally collected personal information from millions of shoppers at 12 shopping malls, including Toronto’s Eaton Centre, according to a federal-provincial privacy commission investigation released last week.
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Ryerson Graduate Students’ Union wins motion for formal referendum
The referendum will be a final step in the RGSU’s journey to separate from the RSU
Ryerson professor heading the lab hopes to solidify the place of esports and video games at the university Two Ryerson colleagues with long histories in esports development plan to use…
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Ryerson esports starting up in what could be a monumental year
Ryerson’s Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team at the Enthusiast Gaming Lifestyle Experience tournament in 2018 (Courtesy Alexa Patino)