Notoriously, many consumer digital services rely on user agreements that hardly anyone reads. Many consumers are unsure of how much they can trust a service, and use it anyway. A lot of organisations are trying to improve this situation and build better trust relationships, but this can be complicated with location data, when people don’t necessarily know if they appear in a dataset.
[Online] This talk examines the role of convergent media in representing and challenging borders, mobilities and UK government immigration policies.
26 January 2022
[Online] Alison Stenning is a social geographer with a particular interest in everyday and emotional geographies, and in the relationships we build with our streets and neighbourhoods.
3 February 2022
[In-person] As global resources dwindle, Gill will discuss the ‘how, who, what and where’ of Chinese investment in Africa and the nuances of investment versus exploitation.
22 February 2022
[In-person] This talk explains how and why local geographical factors were crucial in influencing a battle which determined the fate of the English crown and the subsequent history of the nation.
8 March 2022
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