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Slack, Zoom, Google Hangouts: Are Your Remote Work Apps Spying on You?

It’s time to double-check your settings

Illustration: Vinnie Neuberg

InIn response to Covid-19, many organizations have allowed or even required employees to work remotely. This means workers can practice social distancing without falling behind on work and while still collecting a paycheck.




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Yael Grauer

Yael Grauer

I’m an investigative reporter covering technology, online privacy and security, hacking and digital freedom.

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