Employee surveillance 

"Thousands of companies now use monitoring software to record employees’ Web browsing and active work hours, dispatching the kinds of tools built for corporate offices into workers’ phones, computers and homes. But they have also sought to watch over the workers themselves..."

"...another start-up, Sneek, takes that idea even further, uploading pictures of workers’ faces taken through their webcam as often as every minute..."

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Employee surveillance 

@peter "companies are increasingly subjecting workers to closer supervision due to a fundamental distrust that they’ll stay motivated on their own." ... Ironically, exactly this distrust is the biggest demotivator for a lot of people. (Definitely for me.)

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