Government announces plan for new law on dodgy apps
There's going to be a new law against faulty apps, say our beloved government. The Queen, not up to much these days, outlined her principles of a new Consumer Rights Bill in a speech delivered to parliament which allows you to claim compensation for faulty apps, music and movies purchased online.
For gamers, this means that, should you buy a game that keeps crashing or freezing, you'll be able to get your money back or a replacement.
Same goes for films and music.
Jo Swinson, the consumer minister, said: "Stronger consumer protection and clearer consumer rights will help create a fairer and stronger marketplace."
"We are fully aware that this area of law over the years has become unnecessarily complicated and too confusing, with many people not sure where to turn if they have a problem."