Most of us don’t work in the House of Commons. But when the Conservative MP Neil Parish admitted having watched pornography in the chamber while searching for tractors — the rare believable political excuse, because who would make it up? — a few of us may have felt a faint twinge of anxiety.
Watching porn in the workplace may be particularly foolish — but in this new working-from-home, interconnected world, more of us are at risk of having our browsing habits seen by more people than we might like to think, whether that’s the online clothes shopping you probably shouldn’t be doing at 3pm on a Tuesday or, well, other stuff.
Truth is, there’s an unseen observer keeping an eye on much of what we