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Could a webcam-on policy violate human rights? A Dutch court thinks so

The court found that the “right to respect for private and family life" must be protected in the workplace. Image: Photo by Chris Montgomery on Unsplash

Spencer Feingold

Digital Editor, World Economic Forum

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