In cubicle monitors could foil negative attitudes in the work place before they affect productivity.
CCTV cameras are bringing more and more public places under surveillance – and corporate cubicles could be next.
A prototype European system uses multiple cameras and "Big Brother" software to try and automatically detect negative attitudes, theft of time, or other sabotage caused by employees.
The European Union's Security of The Cubicle in the Future Corporate Environment project uses a camera in every cubicle, with six wide-angle cameras to survey the aisles. Software then analyses the footage to detect developing negativism or "cubicle rage" incidents, by tracking employee' facial expressions.
Poetic license taken with the above quotation. There is nothing to fear, unless you have something to hide. Keep smiling.