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Google is taking aim at rogue financial services advertisers, following increasing pressure from UK campaigners and regulators to stamp out scams.
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.
The new Secure by Design plans, announced by the UK government, are being introduced as part of a cyber security law that will aim to tackle the vast number of smart products on sale, including smartphones, with weak or limited security protections.
£100 for a phone call: how premium-rate services and claim firms dominate customer service search results
Which? reveals how adverts for premium-rate call services and claims management companies appear when people search for their insurer's customer service number.
The coronavirus pandemic has made itself felt on tech industry launches, from the size of the events to the devices themselves, and Google’s half-hour presentation, introducing just three new devices plus a remix of a fourth, was very much part of that shift.
Scam advertisers are targeting victims via Google - find out how to stay safe when browsing
The Revolut Google advert scam is back, helping criminals steal more than £67,000 off at least eight victims. Which? explains how it works and how to keep safe.
Our latest round of headphone testing has seen a major AirPods rival, the second-generation Google Pixel Buds, placed in the hands (and ears) of our expert listening panel. On headline...
Facebook and Google let us promote fake health advice and a bottled water brand that didn’t exist to highly targeted audiences online.