Smart toys with high-tech components may look fun and educational, but they could put your privacy at risk.
Sales of a smart doll named Cayla were banned in Germany over worries it could be hacked.
The FBI wants all parents to use vigilance, issuing an alert that some so-called smart toys may be spying on your kids.
“Even though these toys may be a lot of fun, they may be educational, they may also have a dark side,” cyber security expert Alan Brill said.
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