Smart Toys Under The Tree Raise Privacy Concerns

Law360 (December 19, 2018, 1:09 PM EST) -- Every holiday season, parents look for the right gifts for their children. With children becoming more tech-savvy, and manufacturers offering more technologically advanced toys, there is every incentive for parents to buy the latest and coolest devices: miniature app-connected code-teaching robots; wearable fitness devices; interactive learning toys; talking dolls; mobile game applications; massive multiplayer video games; and every parent’s nightmare — a teenager’s first cellphone.

Connected devices are sure to make kids happy, but looking beyond the glitzy features, it's important for manufacturers, distributors, retailers and consumers to know exactly how devices will interact with, and collect data from, children. These...

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