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Scam alert: fraudsters impersonating the EuroMillions winners are promising a chunk of the £115m jackpot

Fraudsters are impersonating EuroMillions winners Frances and Patrick Connolly are promising a chunk of the £115m jackpot in return for YouTube subscribers.

Could your Facebook posts affect your car insurance quotes?

We take a look at how your social media data could be used by car insurance companies and if this affects the price of your car insurance.

Morrisons and Sainsbury’s customers targeted by scammers on WhatsApp

Morrisons and Sainsbury’s are the latest big-name retailers scammers are using to trick people into parting with their personal details via Whatsapp. Find out how you can avoid being a victim of a Whatsapp scam.

Reddit users hit by data breach

Reddit users have been affected by a data breach; usernames, email addresses and passwords were snatched. Find out what to do if your data is compromised.

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

Facebook under pressure for allowing scam adverts

Facebook has been urged to crack down on scam adverts after it took money from con artists promoting scams in its news feeds, just weeks before it is due to...

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The top five things you hate most about customer service

What winds you up most about customer service? What do you love? See if your top gripes tally with others and which big brands have the best service.

New laws to strengthen your ‘right to be forgotten’

A ‘robust’ and ‘dynamic’ new data protection law will expand your ‘right to be forgotten’ online and have your details erased by companies, the Government has announced. Digital Minister Matt...

Under-25s’ risky online habits ‘leave them open to fraudsters’

Millennials’ ‘complacent’ attitudes to online security could be leaving them open to scams and identity theft, researchers have found. In a survey examining 18-24-year-olds’ online behaviour, 29% said they would share...

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