It is increasingly hard to avoid being mapped digitally in one way or another. And often, you will take the trade-offs between leaving a digital trail and enjoying the benefits of mobile mapping services.
But how can you make informed decisions? What are the costs and benefits of being in, or left out of, some datasets? And if you use location data, how do you decide what is fair and reasonable, and what goes too far?
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[Online] Author Grant Gordon sailed over 55,000 nautical miles rounding Cape Horn and the Cape of Good Hope. Louise Adventure records the stories of the people, places and events that shaped this round-the-world odyssey.
2 November 2021
[In-person] An account of the travels of plant nut from Melbourne to Mandalay.
4 November 2021
[In-person] Andrew will reflect on his distinguished diplomatic career in the UK Foreign Office from 1989 to 2020, and discuss how foreign policy has been carried out in this period of dramatic geopolitical change.
2 December 2021
[In-person] The East of England regional committee's end of term and Christmas gathering is a wildlife and natural history study of the Sami people in the Arctic Circle.
7 December 2021
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