Microsoft Work-At-Home Tool May Violate Worker Privacy

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As remote work has become the norm during 2020, videoconferencing has allowed employees to interact. Microsoft is launching a program designed to alleviate concerns about work-at-home productivity. But critics have raised a collective eyebrow over privacy. RT America’s Natasha Sweatte explains why.