All the ways you’re being surveilled due to COVID-19
New York Post - 11/15/2021
Ari E. Waldman, a professor of law and computer science at Northeastern University, told The Post via email that these kinds of requirements are common.
“If you’re looking for a federal law that prohibits employers from engaging in ongoing, intrusive and unnecessary surveillance of workers, you’re not going to find it,” he wrote. “In fact, worker surveillance has been common since the industrial revolution.”