Norway's DPA conducts survey for employee monitoring tools

06/09/2022 | Datatilsynet

Datatilsynet, the Norwegian data protection authority (DPA), has conducted a survey looking at the attitudes of employees being monitored in the workplace. The survey revealed that more than half of the country's workers had an unfavourable opinion of employee monitoring tools and the amount of data being collected on them. The subsequent report examined how employees use computers and mobile phones in their work functions and the types of systems that exist for monitoring their activities.

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