“In lower-paying jobs, the monitoring is already ubiquitous: not just at Amazon, where the second-by-second measurements became notorious, but also for Kroger cashiers, UPS drivers and millions of others … Now digital productivity monitoring is also spreading among white-collar jobs and roles that require graduate degrees.” NYT (Gift Article): The Rise of the Worker Productivity Score.

+ “Surveillance makes worker coordination and solidarity harder, and big data makes capital coordination easier, so the need for both pro-labor and antitrust laws is greater than ever before.” An interview with Zephyr Teachout on resisting surveillance and enforcing labor law.