click We all know that Google, Facebook, Apple et al track our searches, location, email, what have you. I also recently wrote about how fingerprinting is the next stage in tracking everything there is to know about us. However, one of questions I got asked frequently was – ‘So what? So when I book an airline ticket, I see ads for holiday resorts – that’s good, right? After all I get ads which relevant to me.’
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follow site It’s called Terms of Service: Understanding our role in world of big data. This graphic novella is part of an excellent series called Living with Data.
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