Could ‘smart’ toys like ‘My Friend Cayla’ be spying on your children?
A new complaint filed with the Federal Trade Commission claims talking toys that connect to the internet like “My Friend Cayla” could be spying on your children. Questions have arisen about whether information collected by the toys violates a federal law that protects the online privacy of minors. NBC’s Jo Ling Kent reports.
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