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> Hi. I was browsing the web, trolling for contracts, and ran across an
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> sounds great - supports off-site work, lets you set your own hours and pay
> rate. But, they require writers to install a tracking software that tracks
> mouse clicks and computer activity (ostensibly to prove to the client that
> you actually worked the hours you said you worked) . This bothers me a lot.
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