I’m currently in the market for a new phone, but with no Google services or apps, I won’t be buying a new Huawei. Is it game over for them in the west?
Posts tagged with "data-protection"
Has your data been compromised in a cyber attack? Have you noticed any fraudulent or suspicious activity as a result? We want to hear about your experiences.
EasyJet has been hit by a ‘highly sophisticated’ cyber-attack which could have exposed up to nine million people’s details. Here’s what to do if you’re affected.
Apple offers a trade-in scheme in return for a gift card or refund on a new purchase – but is it a deal worth going for? And what happens to your old device?
It’s more important than ever to know who is using your personal data, and why. Our guest from the Information Commissioner’s Office explains more.
Every hour seems to bring a new announcement about Huawei’s suppliers, but what does it mean for people with Huawei phones?
Facebook is facing a £500,000 fine and the parent company of Cambridge Analytica has been put on notice that it faces a criminal prosecution. Can we still trust the social giant?
Dixons Carphone has today admitted that a large data breach has affected 1.2 million personal data records and 5.9 million payment cards. Are you aware of your rights?
Do you feel you have a complete understanding of how your data is being collected, shared and sold online? If you’re unsure, you may not be alone, writes Caroline Normand…
We all know that joining the likes of Facebook means giving up certain personal information. But the Cambridge Analytica scandal has revealed a much darker picture of how our data is treated…
Uber is the latest company to reveal a hack that’s affected 57 million customers and 600,000 drivers. We think it’s time you had better routes to redress when your data is compromised – do you agree? (more on uber hack…)
Credit reference agency Equifax is writing to the near 700,000 UK individuals worst affected by its data breach – but will the letters cause further harm? (more on Equifax data breach letter…)
We’re calling on the government to use the Data Protection Bill to give independent bodies the power to take action with collective redress. Will you back our call?
A new Which? investigation has revealed the potential security flaws in smart home tech. Luke Potter, Cybersecurity Director of SureCloud, and his colleagues teamed up with Which? to put this tech to the test. Luke joins us as a guest author to explain more…