Are there any laws in the European Union about video conferencing and calling? I'm a teacher at a school that is now forced to work from home because of COVID-19. We have been assigning work online, but now the school is demanding that we have our cameras on all day so that the pupils can see us. I feel extremely uncomfortable doing this, a bit like a zoo animal. Are there any legal protections preventing requiring me to adhere to this request?
EDIT: In Spain - but was wondering if there are any specific EU laws because lots of teachers in the EU are affected by this.
EDIT 2:The original question is asking about if there are legal protections (it is not a rant). Obviously, there are huge safeguarding concerns about having a live camera in your own home, which my employer is not addressing (but that's another story). The issue I have is with my privacy. There are no guarantees that pupils do not screenshot or record me, and I have no idea who else is viewing the stream in that pupil's home. I'm asking if there are legal protections for this.