Enhanced cybersecurity precautions have been an unshakable reality of the widespread shift towards remote working. But for remote document viewers accessing sensitive client data, some of the security measures that clients and e-discovery vendors are pushing may feel eerily like Big Brother.

Whether it’s working under the watchful eye of (multiple) cameras, handing over fingerprint scans and other biometric data or even just having their eye movements tracked, document reviewers working from home are coming under more supervision than ever before.

1. Background Checks

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