Cyrus Farivar1h ago / 3:57 PM UTCZoom CEO Eric Yuan announced Wednesday that his rapidly-growing videoconferencing company is creating a new advisory board to help address the security issues that have made it the target of lawsuits and political pressure.Alex Stamos, a former chief security officer at Facebook and current NBC News contributor, has joined the company as an outside consultant. The move comes one day after Yuan told NBC News that he had to “double down on privacy, double down on security.”Many non-Zoom users have recently become aware of the distasteful practice of “Zoombombing,” or crashing an unintentionally public Zoom call for the purposes of harassing people.Peter Jeary2h ago / 3:46 PM UTCErika Edwards2h ago / 3:33 PM UTC’No miraculous recovery’: Some ICU doctors say hydroxychloroquine isn’t helping sickest patientsThe federal government’s guidance on emergency usage of the antimalarial drug hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19 patients may have actually set the medication up for failure.That’s because the guidance limits the drug’s usage to those sick enough to be hospitalized. Many doctors suspect, however, that if the drug does turn out to be beneficial, it may work better early on in the course of the illness.Read more.Corky Siemaszko2h ago / 3:31 PM UTCLights to

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