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Wells Fargo fires staff for simulating keyboard activity

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Wells Fargo & Co. has reportedly fired more than a dozen employees for simulating keyboard activity.

Filings with the U.S. Financial Industry Regulatory Authority point to a company "review of allegations involving simulation of keyboard activity creating impression of active work."

Devices can be used to trick the software employers use to monitor staff while they work remotely.

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