Parliamentary privilege refers to the lack of restrictions on what MPs and Lords can say in their respective Houses in Parliament; it grants them immunity from prosecution relating to statements made in debates. See this related question for a fuller picture.
Yesterday, the House of Commons adopted a motion on "hybrid proceedings" in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, allowing members to participate in debates from home, using video-conferencing technology in order to preserve social-distancing.
Has the issue of whether parliamentary privilege extends to contributions made outside the Palace of Westminster via video-conference been examined?
I can't find any reference to this issue in the linked motion above, except to say that the House will ensure "that its rules and procedures are adapted to permit as far as possible parity of treatment between Members participating virtually and Members participating in person", but perhaps this has been discussed elsewhere. Possibly video-conferencing has been used in evidence to select committees before, and this issue was raised then?