Zoom under increased scrutiny as popularity soars

New York's attorney general has written to the firm raising concerns over its ability to cope with the rise in users.

Zoom is now being used by millions of people for work and leisure, as lockdowns are imposed in many countries.

But its data security and privacy measures have been questioned.

The letter from the office of New York Attorney General Letitia James asked Zoom whether it had reviewed its security measures since its popularity surged. It also pointed out that in the past the app had been slow to address issues.

Puma stops petrol and zoom sales nationwide

The company has more than 50 retail sites in PNG, both branded and independent, as well as 11 storage coastal terminals, 11 airports and a storage capacity of more than 480,000 metres cubed.

Puma Energy released a statement today advising all its customers about the decision to stop the sales due to operational requirements.

The company apologises for any inconvenience caused to its customers and will ensure that supply will resume at the earliest possible time.

It will advise customers at that time when supply will resume.