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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.

Marriott announces massive data hack

Personal information of up to 500 million guests may have been accessed from the Starwood database - Which? shares what personal information it's believed hackers accessed and explains your rights when there's a data breach.

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.

British Airways reveals 185,000 more passengers could be affected by cyber attack

More British Airways customers have been contacted as part of a cyber attack which accessed passenger's personal data earlier this year. Which? shares how to find out if you're part of the breach and what to do if you’re affected.

Exam results 2018: now you can find out what your examiner really thought

We explore how much info students can request about their exams, under GDPR. The rights apply to GCSEs, A-levels, Highers and university exams.

Dixons Carphone admits that up to 10 million people could be hit by huge data breach

Some 10m personal data records could be breached, Dixons Carphone has revealed. Know your rights if your data is compromised and how to stay safe online.

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

Dixons Carphone admits data breach affecting millions of customers

Dixons Carphone confirms data breach that gave hackers access to 5.9 million card payment details and 1.2 million personal data records.

New GDPR data protection law applies to the UK from today – but what does it mean?

The General Data Protection Act (GDPR) comes into force today giving everyone in the UK and across the EU clearer control of the personal data organisations hold about us. ‘We’ve updated...

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.

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