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Monitoring technology is

any hardware, software, or application utilized in conjunction with a computer that can cause the computer to (1) capture, monitor, or record, and (2) report information about user activities by recording keystrokes, clicks, or other user-generated actions; capturing screenshots of the information displayed on a computer monitor or screen; or activating the camera or microphone function of a computer to take photographs or record audio or visual content through the computer's webcam or microphone.[1]
any hardware, software, or application utilized in conjunction with a computer that can cause the computer to (1) capture, monitor, or record, and (2) report information about user activities by:
a. Recording keystrokes, clicks, or other user-generated actions;
b. Capturing screenshots of the information displayed on a computer monitor or screen; or
c. Activating the camera or microphone function of a computer to take photographs or record audio or visual content through the computer's webcam or microphone.[2]

References Edit

  1. Federal Trade Commission, Analysis of Proposed Consent Orders to Aid Public Comment In the Matter of DesignerWare, LLC, et al., File No. 1123151, at 4 (full-text).
  2. Federal Trade Commission, In re Aaron's, Inc., Agreement Containing Consent Order, Definitions ¶9 (full-text).

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