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Why work-from-home AI surveillance is fraught with risk

Without proper cybersecurity guarantees, WFH surveillance puts workers - and their employers - in danger.

On a global scale, the timing of a pandemic that enabled the proliferation of “radical” working from home coincided almost too well with Microsoft Office 365’s introduction of “MyAnalytics” — a ‘personalised’ AI application which sits on top of your most work software; emails, what you write, your work browser, logins, work patterns — which reports back to you…




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