The FBI is cracking down on the practice of Zoom bombing, saying the hijacking of web conferences can be punishable by jail time. As reports of “Zoom bombing” explode, the FBI is cracking down on the issue with a new warning that web conference hijackers could face jail time. Authorities say that anyone who hacks into a teleconference meeting can be charged at the state and federal level. Charges can include the disruption of a public meeting, computer intrusion, using a computer to commit a crime, hate crimes, fraud, or transmitting threatening communications. These are punishable by fines and even imprisonment, according to the FBI.