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French air traffic strike causes cancellations

Britons flying to and from France face travel disruption due to a 48-hour strike by French air traffic controllers and transport workers.

Legal changes to drive nuisance call crackdown

Companies plaguing households with unsolicited nuisance phone calls and texts could be fined up to £500,000 from today.

Most people in the dark about reporting spam texts

Our research reveals startlingly low public awareness of the 7726 service which enables you to report a spam text to your mobile phone provider free of charge.

Cold-calling claims company fined £80,000

A personal injury claims company has been fined £80,000 for making nuisance calls. The ICO and the TPS registered 801 concerns about the company.

ICO to investigate confidential data sales

The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has launched an investigation into claims made by the Daily Mail that firms are sharing sensitive personal data.

Spam texts warning ahead of pension changes

Scammers may seek to take advantage of pension reforms, bombarding people with a fresh wave of spam texts and calls, in a similar way to PPI.

Six million nuisance calls silenced by ICO raid

A call centre in Hove, thought to be responsible for making millions of nuisance calls, has been raided by the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO)

Surge in fraudulent ID theft current accounts

A surge in fraudsters trying to open current accounts by using other people's personal details has been uncovered by credit checking company, Experian.

Ticket resales set for greater transparency

Websites reselling tickets must be honest on prices, charges and seat location from today. New rules aim to stop consumers paying hugely inflated prices

All change for parking fines at Court of Appeal?

Motorists could be in line for payments of “tens of millions of pounds” for unfair parking fines of more than £100 a time, according to the RAC Foundation.

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