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  1. Privacy and Beyond: Socio-Ethical Concerns of ‘on-the-Job’ Surveillance.Jijo James Indiparambil - 2019 - Asian Journal of Business Ethics 8 (1):73-105.
    Current sophisticated technologies in the workplace offer inexpensive and user-friendly devices and the means to control ‘on-the-job’ behaviour. This promises high profitability, productivity and liability alleviation. Yet, it also gives rise to a socio-ethical crisis of incessant surveillance that often overrules its anticipated benefits and motives of control and care. The dilemma is twofold: First, scholarly studies undertaken on this issue from a principally administrative and legal point of view tend to lack a moral framework and so prove unable to (...)
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