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Can you avoid marketing when you get an e-receipt?

The majority of people we surveyed were concerned about how retailers might misuse personal data provided for an e-receipt. We share the results of a snapshot mystery shop showing whether this high level of distrust was fair or misplaced.

The ICO fines Uber £385,000 for failure to protect personal data

Approximately 2.7 million Uber user accounts in the UK were accessed in a cyber attack in 2016, which Uber did not initially report. Which? explains your rights when there's a data breach and what to do to safeguard yourself from scammers.

Facebook to be slapped with £500k fine for Cambridge Analytica scandal

Facebook to be fined £500,000 for Cambridge Analytica scandal but could have seen a much harsher fine under GDPR

Seven ways GDPR will strengthen your data protection rights

We explain the 10 main changes that give you more control over your data, the way companies handle it and your rights when they misbehave.

People feel powerless to protect their personal data on Facebook

Facebook users are concerned about how personal data is handled but feel powerless to protect it - Which? explains your rights and how to manage data

How will hackers steal your data in the future?

A new report says the number of cyber attacks is rising and the strikes are getting more aggressive. What are your rights in a data breach?

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Your new consumer rights for 2018

As people continue fulfilling the promise of New Year’s resolutions, this year will see change for you that expands beyond the personal. In 2018, we will welcome three big alterations...

Carphone Warehouse fined following data breach – what are your data rights?

Carphone Warehouse has been fined £400,000 after a security failure allowed unauthorised access to the personal data of millions of customers. Criminals were able to access the personal data of...

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