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07.09.2016 Privacy in the Internet of Toys

The Internet of Toys raises new privacy and security concerns for families

Parents, hackers may talk with your kids via their toys. And this is a way to collect sensitive personal information about them and you.

  • If your toy is hackable, your home may be, too.
  • Devices can use Wi-Fi to “talk” to each other.
  • Toys travel with kids. So do the privacy risks.

There are some security-savvy connected toymakers taking precautions. Others may not know how. Who knows who cares? Privacy policies need to be transparent, especially for parents

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Tags: #Verbraucherdatenschutz #Datenschutz #Datensicherheit #Ergonomie #Datenpannen #Spielzeug #WLan #Spracherkennung #Hacking #Persoenlichkeitsrecht #Privatsphaere #Lauschangriff #Ueberwachung
Created: 2016-09-07 07:15:47
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