Businesses throughout the centuries have been extremely protective with their ideas and documents, and for good reason. While mutually-beneficial arrangements for storing goods are relatively low-risk (loss or abuse of goods can be addressed through legal action), the notion of allowing sensitive data to be held off-site by a third-party entity has always been worrisome.
Everyone’s a gamer these days, they say, though the evidence is highly contentious. Mobile gaming counts, they insist. Candy Crush is a game! And yes, that’s technically correct, but this sneakily vaults over the long-established connotations of being a gamer. Plenty of people take trains, but it doesn’t make them train spotters and spontaneously equip them with notebooks to record the timeliness of the 2:15 to Dagenham.
There’s a lot of conflicting information out there around how to get the best deal when flying. With airlines controlling a lot of the conversation and trying to get you to shop with them the waters have become muddied even further.