Adam Satariano

New York Times

Tech reporter for the New York Times.

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In the U.S., businesses can ask their employees to download software that records which websites they’re on, takes screenshots of their computer, and tracks their cell phones.

Employee tracking apps surge as telecommuting continues

In the U.S., businesses can ask their employees to download software that records which websites they’re on, takes screenshots of their computer, and tracks their cell phones.

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