Using porn and slurs, ‘Zoom bombers’ strike KC area colleges. Here’s how to fight back

In the first week of online-only classes at Kansas State University in March, the student government senate convened for its first virtual meeting via the video conferencing app, Zoom.

Senate leaders tweeted the link to the session “to be more accessible to students,” said Jansen Penny, student body president.

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