The minute you set your pick-up location, this data is stored and can be used to tailor content specifically for you, based on your area.
There is no doubt that 2015 was a successful year for hackers.
From government departments to dating sites and corporate enterprises, no one was safe.
Considering just how connected the world has become, the digital economy no longer supports anonymity. Older generations still battle with this new reality, but millennials were born into this, not knowing otherwise.
I remember standing in a foreign hotel and agreeing to draconian Wi-Fi conditions, more than willing entirely to forego my privacy to avoid massive cellphone charges. Privacy comes at a cost, and in a world in which bring-your-own-device and enterprise mobility are par for the course, users need to understand the risks and realities.
In the era of big data, people would be ill-informed to assume that their digital activity is not being stored by service providers, and that analytics is not being applied to their online activity. For example, a browser that analyses your searches can curate the advertising content you see in accordance with your interests.
Olive groves, gorgeous whitewashed villages, charming locals, luscious food and generous hospitality sampled against the stunning aquamarine Adriatic – all play a part in this delightful trip through idyllic Puglia and Basilicata, capturing the true magic of old Italy.
The history, landscape and architecture reflect the myriad civilizations that were drawn to the region’s influential port towns and position on the Adriatic; the Greeks, Romans, Venetians, Normans and Spanish all left their mark here.
Our routes feature sublime coastal walks, whitewashed towns, fortified farms, and distinctive stone trulli, while the culinary highlights include fresh seafood, local wine and olive oil.
What’s more, given its relative underdevelopment, Puglia offers some of the best and most remote walks we know.
For an avid traveller with little interest in gambling, this would mean more links to exciting holiday destinations and less to online casinos.
We’re torn between wanting to share our lives on social media and wanting to protect our privacy.