Tattleware And Privacy | Avast

Tattleware And Privacy | Avast

When the Covid-19 pandemic hit in early 2020, thousands of companies suddenly had to adapt to remote work. While many started relying more heavily on software they were already using — such as Slack for team interaction, Zoom for meetings, and Google Drive for collaboration — others introduced their teams to a new kind of tech. It’s colloquially called “tattleware” or “bossware,” according to reporting by the Guardian, and it exists to give bosses and managers a literal view into what their employees are doing at home. 

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