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56% of workers think they are being monitored at work

New research has revealed that over half of workers believe they are being watched by big brother, aka, their employer. Many believe their emails, internet history and phone calls are being monitored. As many as 23%, even go as far as to think their employers have location tracking devices or facial recognition software in use. The Trade Union Congress who released this report, argue that workers feel powerless and their lack of GDPR knowledge makes it difficult for them to challenge the notion. The report states employers have exceeded their boundaries and calls for legal duties to be placed on them to consult their workforce and justify the use of any surveillance.