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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