Zoom Video Communications has turned to Cooley’s Michael Rhodes to defend the video conferencing app against two lawsuits alleging the company unlawfully funneled user data to Facebook.

The lawsuits, filed earlier this week in the Northern District of California, are among the first to sue under the California Consumer Privacy Act, which went into effect Jan. 1. Wexler Wallace and Tycko & Zavareei brought the two separate lawsuits claiming that San Jose-based Zoom used Facebook’s software development kits, which send personally identifiable information to the social media company, without the consent and notices outlined in the CCPA and Facebook’s own policies.

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