Some users of modern tools currently find it more difficult than others. Especially those who are used to personal contact and conservative methods of communication instead of frequent computer use. Perhaps we could cite as an example some teachers who are now struggling with distance learning day by day. Among the “endangered species” are obviously lawyers, which was unintentionally and very amusingly demonstrated by Ron Ponton from Texas. This attorney will make a working group online call through the Zoom tool connected with a kitten filter.
When Ron Ponton joined the hearing, an animated one appeared in his part of the screen instead of his face the kitten’s head, which also responded to speech and grimaces. The judge who conducted the hearing understood quite quickly that it was a filter. When they clarified this fact (Ponton assured the others “I’m not a cat”), the lawyer began to turn it off. However, he did not succeed even with the help of an assistant, so he allegedly ended the whole call. The public is, of course, very funny about this incident, however, the whole meeting was said to have taken place in a completely professional manner.
The lawyer, who mistakenly connected with the kitten’s filter, even received praise from the judge. For demonstrating how much lawyers, despite the pitfalls, are determined to keep the judicial system running. The judge then used the incident on Twitter to warn have people check their settings before making video calls. It is said that one of the descendants, who had previously played with the filters in Zoom, is to blame for this very amusing, however, rather a nice incident for Ron Ponton. And one more interesting finding: Note that in one of the conversation windows is a warning that recording or streaming the hearing is prohibited under a $ 500 fine and 180 days imprisonment. In this case, however, there was probably an exception.
How would you react if it happened to you?
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