I've started my developer career as a remote worker in a remote-only company, I thought it was great and that in this way I would have had a generally happier life (more free time, flexible time schedule and so on).
I was wrong.
I understand the usage of time tracking apps, but I guess there is a limit.
Our current software (HubStaff) is set to track EVERYTHING on my PC. I don't know if this is the industry standard for small companies (less than 10 employees), but having my desktop screenshot every x minute, all my browser activity logged and having a statistic for combined mouse/keyboard usage (with mail alerts when the daily avarage is under 50%) kinda feels like is too much and makes me feel anxious.
Should I just get used to this or it's actually an extreme case?