More people are filling their homes with smart devices without giving a second thought to who is capturing information about them or who they will share it with next.
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?
Back in 2004, nobody could have foreseen how Facebook would become a platform that more than a quarter of the people on the planet now use. But how’s it coping with its teenage years?
Which? launched its first website (and forum) in 1996. That’s two years before you could even search for that site on Google. We might have been an early mover on the web, but we were slower in the social media game.
Facebook announced at the end of last week that around 50 million people’s accounts could have been accessed by attackers. I was one of those people – were you?
Web browser extensions can generate discount codes for retail sites, add features to your email app of choice and help you scribble down a to-do list in a couple of clicks. But are they safe to use?
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…
When you download an app onto your smartphone, do you know what personal data you’re handing over? Anette Høyrup of the Danish Consumer Council has been putting apps to the test.
A new website has launched that allows people to watch live footage from insecure cameras. In this guest post, Simon Rice of the ICO issues a warning and explains how to protect yourself from prying eyes.
Our investigation into ID theft saw information from social media sites used to obtain a credit card under false pretenses. Ken helped us mine the user profiles – here are his tips for preserving your privacy online.
Targeted advertising is big business, and you are the product. You might be used to this online, but what if your smart TV was snooping on you and using that to serve you ads? Well, that’s exactly what could be happening.
Cloud storage should be all about peace of mind. With your files backed up online, you don’t need to worry about losing a hard drive or having your laptop stolen. Your photos and documents are safe.
Whether you use Facebook or not, I’m sure you haven’t missed any of the concerns about privacy on social networks. Will Facebook’s introduction of hashtags make people more aware of what they’re making public?
Make no mistake, Facebook knows all about you. It already holds loads of data on its users, and with Facebook Home powering phones, the amount of info you could be handing over could go through the roof.