By Erica Tempesta For Dailymail. A mother accidentally flashed her son's Zoom class when she strolled into the frame of his live video call completely naked. The second clip that has been circulating online shows a young boy named Tayvion pointing at something behind him. A few seconds later, a woman who appears to be his mother walks into the room nude looking for something. The teacher is in the middle of trying to get a sleeping student's attention, but once she sees the woman naked, she switches gears and yells at Tayvion to turn his camera off.
Berkeley Unified suspends online classes after naked ‘Zoombomber’ enters session
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By Hannah Sparks. May 27, pm Updated June 1, am. On May 5, she took to Facebook with some advice for parents — along with a cheeky video that has had some 1. Foret Smith explained that the morning had begun like any other — chaotically.
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The nude man entered into a virtual Berkeley High class and used racial slurs, Principal Erin Schweng said in an email to the school community. Districts and schools across the country, from New York City to Los Angeles, have experienced similar problems with services like Zoom, and several like BUSD have either canceled online classes or switched to other platforms thought to be more secure. The teacher of the disrupted class notified administrators, who notified the police, said BUSD in a statement shared with Berkeleyside. He said BPD officers themselves have had to learn how to safely use the service while working from home. Security analysts have criticized its lack of encryption and privacy controls, and Zoombombers have popped up in countless meetings, disrupting sessions with behavior that ranges from goofy to pornographic.
World Superbike owner Dorna has revealed sensational plans to replace World Supersport with a naked class that harks back to the roots of streetbike racing. World Superbike has some great riders and some great racing, but half-empty grandstands at many races suggest the series is falling deeper into the shadow of its more glamorous brother, MotoGP. One thing is for sure: Dorna is now making big plans to shake up the series. It is introducing an all-new cc Supersport championship in and the latest idea is to replace World Supersport with a naked class that harks back to the early days of superbike racing, when Freddie Spencer and Eddie Lawson wrestled monstrous high-handlebar streetbikes around Daytona. Both new championships reflect global market trends, with nakedbikes increasingly popular and small-capacity machines selling in huge numbers in the burgeoning South East Asian market.