Data & Society Postdoctoral Scholar Julia Ticona spoke to the Economic Times about the consequences of workplace surveillance.
“For multiple reasons, workplace surveillance has reached a tipping point. Creeping invasion has over the past few decades slowly normalised an almost Orwellian-like world in offices. “Low-wage workers — from factories to retail outlets — are vulnerable. They are canaries in a coal mine for changes that are washing over the rest of the workforce,” says US-based Julia Ticona, a postdoctoral scholar at Data & Society research institute.”