The Background Of Your Zoom Call Could Put You In Danger

With the Coronavirus pandemic, we've been using some sort of online video chats to connect with work, school, doctor visits and more! Turns out, Zoom and other video conferencing apps could be putting our security at risk!

According to privacy experts, they're concerned people are inadvertently sharing their personal information. Now you're wondering how right?

The experts say your personal information is exposed through items that appear on screen behind them on video calls. They say that video calls are the perfect place for scam artists who look for clues about personal information such as family photos, favorite sports teams, and even home addresses that might appear on delivery boxes.

Here are a few tips on avoiding being targeted from Inside Edition.

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