The feature, criticized for “undisclosed data-mining,” is only the latest privacy faux pas for Zoom this month. Zoom has nixed a feature that came under fire for “undisclosed data mining” of users’ names and email addresses, used to match them with their LinkedIn profiles. The feature, the LinkedIn Sales Navigator, is a LinkedIn service used for sales prospecting. When users enter a web conference meeting, the tool automatically sent their user names and email addresses to an Zoom internal company system. This system would then match this data to their LinkedIn profiles, according to a New York Times investigation.