Videoconferencing app Zoom is under investigation by the New York attorney general because of privacy and security deficiencies in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.

The office of Letitia James’ asked Zoom in a letter if the company has taken additional security measures to handle increased traffic on its network, according to The New York Times report Monday.

Zoom is “an essential and valuable communications platform” it said and voiced concerns about the company’s “slow” approach to security flaws “that could enable malicious third parties to, among other things, gain surreptitious access to consumer webcams.”

The office said it

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