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  • ‘Bossware’ employee-tracking tools threaten privacy
  • ‘Bossware’ employee-tracking tools threaten privacy
    Garett Mizunaka (2020) ©
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‘Bossware’ employee-tracking tools threaten privacy

With remote-working leaving bosses unable to keep tabs on their employees, productivity-tracking software is on the rise. Dubbed 'bossware', these covert methods of surveillance can view things like login times, screenshots, and keystrokes, and they’re becoming a cause of concern for many.

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