Working from home? Your boss is probably spying on you
When coronavirus spread around the world earlier this year, many offices shut their doors and sent staff to work from home.
And although this new professional landscape suits many, it also raised questions about worker privacy.
Several software services for remote working have seen their sales surge - they allow bosses to keep tabs on their staff.
Al Jazeera's Rory Challands reports from London, UK.
Michael Gove has told Sky News that people will be encouraged to work from home again as part of new measures to tackle a surge in cases of COVID-19.
It comes after the government encouraged people to return to their offices and workplaces just a few weeks ago.
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"Your father was a garbageman and you became trash of society," Ahad Nabi, the son of one of the victims, said. "He is ashamed of your identity. You deserve to be buried in a landfill."