The shares of Zoom Video Communications (NASDAQ: ZM) dropped 6.14% lower at Monday’s close compared to the day’s open at $160.76.What Happened The drop came as the New York Times reported that the office of the New York Attorney General is probing the company’s data privacy and security practices.In a letter to Zoom, the AG’s office asked the telecommunications company what security measures it has taken in light of the increased traffic on its network, according to the Times.The office particularly expressed concerns around the company’s policies around securing the privacy of primary and secondary school children, who are using its apps due to the lockdown imposed by the pandemic, the Times noted.Citing a report by Motherboard last week that said that Zoom shared customer