Broadband providers will have to advertise the average speed of their services rather than the top speeds available
More than 15 million British records were compromised by a hack earlier this year, Equifax has admitted
Proposed rule changes mean big broadband firms will have to let customers quit if they fail to provide minimum speeds.
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Digital bank and prepaid card provider Monzo has warned its users their payments may be declined due to a fault
Hackers may have accessed data from more than one billion Yahoo accounts during a 2013 cyber-attack, it's been revealed
Victims of data breaches may soon find it easier to claim compensation following a parliamentary report
If you're searching online, beware – Google has increased the number of paid-for ads shown at the top of search results.
HSBC customers were left unable to access or use their online accounts for two days
Millions of broadband and landline customers should find it easier to switch providers, Ofcom says
TalkTalk broadband, TV and home phone customers will be hit with price hikes from 1 June, but you can leave penalty free
Tesco broadband and home phone customers will be moved to TalkTalk over the coming months, while it now owns Blinkbox
TalkTalk customers will be hit by line rental price hikes along with a number of other price rises from 1 December
BT has today confirmed it's hiking home phone and broadband prices for million of customers from December
Thinking of getting BT broadband to watch BT Sport on your TV? Do it before 25 January to beat a price rise
NatWest and RBS websites have been hit by a cyber attack which left customers unable to access their accounts again