A new lawsuit has been filed against Zoom Communications Inc., this time in Delaware, where the San Jose, California-based video conferencing company is incorporated.

Shareholder Sara Anderson filed a federal suit derivatively Thursday in the District of Delaware accusing Zoom’s directors and officers of unfairly profiting by knowingly failing to disclose the cybersecurity risks posed by the platform.

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