Two thirds don’t trust tech giants to protect them against either scams, dangerous products, or fake reviews
Which? has launched a campaign for new laws to protect people from scams, unsafe products and fake reviews, and believes urgent government action is needed to make platforms legally responsible for harmful content on their sites
While contracts help spread the cost, there are distinct advantages to going ‘Sim-free’ that show why this is an increasingly popular choice.
The CMA will open a formal probe intended to gather further information and to determine whether the two sites may have broken consumer law, following an initial investigation in May 2020 to assess the internal systems of several platforms.
You may not have been planning to do the cooking this year, but if that's now changed, now's your opportunity to impress. There are few things more satisfying that the perfect roast, and no better time of the year to perfect one.
Smart doorbells are the latest must-have connected gadget, and with sales on popular models doing the rounds for Black Friday, you might be tempted to take the plunge.
We’ve analysed more than 92,000 tech products with the help of over 15,000 Which? members to reveal which brands lasted the longest, and left consumers most satisfied.
Find out how to use the ‘Off-Facebook activity’ settings to anonymise your data, and gain better control over how you're being tracked online.
A review of pricing practices by Ofcom, the telecoms regulator, has seen EE, Plusnet and Sky joining BT, TalkTalk and Virgin Media in an agreement to give all existing customers access to prices offered to new customers.
Over the past two years, Which? research into fake reviews has discovered how unscrupulous sellers are able to ‘game’ online platforms to misrepresent products and services. In a one of...
Today, Which? has launched a free tool that anyone can use to report instances of price gouging and profiteering, after we uncovered a spate of price gouging on online marketplaces...