Linn F. Freedman of Robinson & Cole LLP writes:
The holidays are upon us, including “cyber week” filled with deals for shopping for the holidays. The U.S. Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) is warning shoppers about smart toys this holiday season. In its article, “Consumer watchdog: ‘Smart toys’ put kids’ privacy at risk,” PIRG outlines the privacy risks associated with smart toys. The risks include the use of a camera, microphone, or location tracker embedded in the toy that can collect children’s personal information as well as their families’.
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