With the worldwide coronavirus pandemic, millions of people of all ages have replaced face-to-face contact with video conferencing platforms to collaborate, educate and socialize. In April, 2020, nearly 500 million people were using these online interfaces. A team of Ben Gurion University of the Negev researchers decided to look at what types of personal information could be extracted from video conference screenshots posted online or via social media, and the findings were revealing. Reporter Naomi Segal heard more from one of the research team members, Dr. Michael Fire, of the BGU Department of Software and Information Systems Engineering.