Anti-Surveillance Toolkit for the Remote Worker

As more people have started working from home, surveillance in the remote workplace has intensified. Companies are finding new ways to monitor their employees through webcams, screen capturing, audio recording and more. Employee monitoring software is flourishing. The privacy and mental wellbeing of remote workers are at risk. In this workshop designed by artist Carrie Sijia Wang, participants will work together in small groups to find creative ways for remote workers to reclaim some privacy and autonomy under the circumstances. Participants are encouraged to join the workshop from a laptop or desktop computer if possible. Prior to the workshop, it would be great to glance through the "Pre-Workshop Resources" and "Workshop Details" on:

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Type Workshop
Language English