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Every time you use a health app or service, you are sharing data. Some companies are hungrier for it, and less security conscious, than others.
Hit baby app The Wonder Weeks could have exposed parents’ baby monitor feeds to strangers, as Which? warns over security standards in popular health apps.
There are limitations to consider before relying on apps for medical advice, from important questions about where they fit in the wider healthcare landscape to how well they’re able to safeguard sensitive health data.
Experian knows a lot more than just your credit score. Here we explain what it knows, where it gets its data and how you can opt out.
Scores of people received a newsletter sent in error by the 'buy now, pay later' firm Klarna earlier this week - despite never knowingly using the service.
Which?'s new National Conversation on Trade will bring together people from all walks of life from from across the country to talk about what they want from post-Brexit trade deals.
Wi-fi baby monitor cameras allow you to keep an eye on your baby using your smartphone wherever you are, but they're also a hacking risk. Find out how we test the privacy of baby monitors and read our tips for keeping your wi-fi monitor secure.
There are many connected devices on the market that lack basic security measures, making them susceptible to hacking. In response to this threat the government has launched a new code of practice to ensure that connected products are ‘secure by design’.
A new Which? report reveals many consumers feel powerless over their personal data and says there should be clearer information about how it's being used.