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04.08.17
Added by: Consumers International (Consumers International )
How can we better protect consumers in a globalised digital world? The Luxstyle case suggests unfair practices are not being stopped quickly enough.
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11.04.17
Added by: Consumer Champion (BEUC - The European Consumer Organisation)
This year, the digital world will reach a significant milestone – Almost 50% of the world’s estimated 7.4 billion population will be online. And, according to research by UNICEF Innocenti, one-third of these will be children. A blog by Consumers International.
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24.03.17
Added by: Consumer Champion (BEUC - The European Consumer Organisation)
Liz Coll, Head of Digital Advocacy at Consumers International, takes a look at recent trends in the global uptake of connected devices and considers what these trends can tell us about consumer attitudes towards the Internet of Things.
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16.03.17
Added by: Davide Cecchinato (Adiconsum - Consumer Association)
Uploading a photo of a boarding pass on your social media accounts is one of the fastest and easiest ways to get you in real trouble.
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08.11.16
Added by: Consumer Champion (BEUC - The European Consumer Organisation)
In September 2016, WhatsApp started to share personal information with its mother company Facebook. The Federation of German Consumer Organisations (vzbv) is fighting for WhatsApp to respect your privacy.
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