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Fit for purpose?: The health apps that pose security risks

Fit for purpose?: The health apps that pose security risks

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.

Popular baby monitor app put privacy at risk

Popular baby monitor app put privacy at risk

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.

How to control your data on Facebook

How to control your data on Facebook

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.

Which? warns parents not to use a security camera as a baby monitor

Which? warns parents not to use a security camera as a baby monitor

Lacking useful features such as temperature sensors and sound sensitive lights, these cameras are better suited to detecting burglars than monitoring your baby.

Avast admits to ‘unacceptable’ sharing of user data: what you need to know

Avast admits to ‘unacceptable’ sharing of user data: what you need to know

Should you stop using Avast? We take a look at the facts, and what you can do to ensure your privacy is protected.

Are Alexa and Google Assistant spying on us?

Are Alexa and Google Assistant spying on us?

At least one in five homes in the UK now contains a smart speaker, according to a government report. But do they have a dark side? We dug deeper to find out.

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Does your smart TV need antivirus?

Does your smart TV need antivirus?

After your smartphone and laptop, the TV is the internet connected device many of us use most. But does downloading apps, using the internet and streaming mean you need to start scanning for viruses?

Facebook blocks users from checking how multiple adverts target them

Facebook blocks users from checking how multiple adverts target them

The world’s biggest social media site is restricting users from finding out why multiple sponsored posts are appearing in their news feed, Which? has found. Facebook users are able to...

How new guidelines on smart devices will help protect consumers from being hacked

How new guidelines on smart devices will help protect consumers from being hacked

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’.

HP issues security fix for printer hacking flaw

HP issues security fix for printer hacking flaw

Many popular HP inkjet printers understood to be vulnerable to the attack. HP urges owners to update the printer software to ensure they're not at risk.

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