Camera or No Camera?

That’s the Question, or Is It?

Apparently when it comes to virtual meetings: to turn the camera on, or not; that is the question.

Fast Company says it’s ok to turn cameras off, which is now referred to as “face muting,” on video meetings. In their words, “We all know it’s ok to mute. But I want to make it clear that it’s just as ok to face-mute, especially in certain situations:

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