Neighbours hacking your wifi, printing tickets at home, and subsidising your holiday

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Got wifi at home? If it's not properly secured, cyber criminals or even your neighbours could use it to steal your identity.

If you buy a ticket for an event online and are offered the option of printing it out at home, you might think you're doing the agent a favour. After all, you're using your own printer, your own ink and your own paper. So is it fair for some agencies to charge you up to £3.00 to print your ticket?

Have you ever visited a friend abroad and then begged them to bring back some proper Yorkshire tea or lemon curd or British crisps? A new website called Please Bring Me dot com might be able to help.

Not going to University and don't know what to do? Then the Guide to Not Going to University might just be the thing because as it says on the back cover - university is not the only path to success.

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Mon 24 Sep 2012 12:04

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