Online travel agents are ripping off customers by spying on their computer history and using their details to charge them more for holidays, a House of Lords report has found, as peers call for a top-level investigation. The upper house's EU Committee condemned the online travel industry, accusing websites of misleading customers through rigged pricing, fake reviews and doctored search options. It warned online travel providers are offering controversial "personalised" pricing in which information provided, or revealed, by customers is being used to determine an individual price for a particular item or service. Get the full story at The Telegraph