Constant Cameras at Work Are a Human Rights Violation, Says Dutch Court

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A Florida-based company wanted its Netherlands-based employee to keep his camera on all the time.

The Dutch employee balked and, in a manner lawsuit-happy Americans should be proud of, sued. TechCrunch reports that the employee won “court costs, back wages, a fine of $50,000,” as well as the court invalidating his noncompete agreement.

And then the court handed down the ruling that declared requiring an employee to stay on camera for the whole day was a human rights violation.

That may seem a bit dramatic somehow. Having your boss stare at you all day doesn’t

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