South Africa parliament zoom call hacked with pornography, racial abuse

Zoom has been facing criticism internationally as a result of reports of hackers who disrupt meetings by posting offensive content

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At least one other South African parliament video call has been similarly hacked.

A virtual meeting of South African lawmakers has been disrupted by hackers who flooded the video call with pornographic images.

In the the incident on Thursday, the hackers also hurled racial

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First Published: May 7 2020 | 7:15 PM IST

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