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Employers are tracking us. Let’s track them back

analyse - 15 septembre 2020

lire sur le site originel >>> (5 Media)

Employers are using tech to track their employees ever more closely. Time for workers to reclaim their own data – and turn the surveillance back on their taskmasters, says Christina Colclough. Here’s what you need to know about your data, your rights, and how you can make sure they are protected.
Monday morning, 9am. You sit down at your desk and open an email. Even though your boss isn’t around, software may be quietly noting what time you log in. As you start writing, the keyboard might be (...)



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