Big Brother? | Forcing staff to keep webcams on breaches human rights laws, court says

Forcing staff to keep webcams on breaches human rights laws, court says

Firms that force remote staff to keep their webcams turned on during working hours could be breaching human rights laws, according to a legal ruling in Europe.

As reported by Metro, an American software company has come under fire after sacked a Dutch employee, who was working remotely, after they refused to keep their webcam on for the duration of their eight-hour working day.

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