Thursday, May 6, 2021

New article on surveillance at work in The Conversation

I just got my article on "surveillance at work" published today in The Conversation

"Remote working has led to managers spying more on staff – here are three ways to curb it"

My general interest in surveillance technologies and methods is my motive behind writing this, in hope that it brings more awareness about all the various ways in which surveillance is practiced. More importantly, we need to also note that surveillance can have differential effects on the vast population of home workers, and is very likely worsening vulnerability and marginalisation for those who are already struggling.