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As we push for more affordable and fair broadband for all, more than 50,000 consumers took internet speed tests, told us about their service, and shared 22,000 internet bills for an in-depth examination of our nation’s broadband service. Our findings: hard evidence of arbitrary pricing for the same internet service; confusing and mysterious billing tactics; andt having a choice of internet providers lowers consumers’ costs.
Based on more than 8,000 consumers checking their credit reports, Consumer Reports discovered that credit reports are rife with errors and and that credit bureaus sometimes charge unfairly for services. We’re fighting for permanent free access to credit reports so errors can be caught and fixed.
Consumer Reports helped pass a groundbreaking law in California that gives residents the right to access, delete, and stop the sale of their personal information online. We used our findings from consumer feedback about the law to create Permission Slip, a new app that allows consumers to easily ask companies to stop sharing their data.
Consumer Reports and The Guardian partnered with Community Reporters across the country to test tap water for dangerous contaminants. Discover what we found, and what we can do together, to clean up our water.
Thousands of Community Reporters provided their cable TV bills to help analyze the long list of hidden fees on customers' bills. This evidence spurred Congress to pass a law requiring cable companies tell consumers exactly what they'll pay upfront – with no hidden fees – before signing a contract.