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If You’re a Remote Worker, You’re Going to Be Surveilled. A Lot.

‘It’s a land grab for worker surveillance’

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Just about every office worker who still has a job is now working from home, growing weary of Zoom, and in many cases struggling to juggle childcare with remote meetings and deadlines.




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