Toys That Talk to Strangers: A Look at the Privacy Policies of Connected Toys
KeywordsConnected toys Smart toys Internet of Things Information privacy Data security Privacy policies Digital standards Children Parents
The author wishes to thank Diana Cave (Criminology Department, University of Ottawa) for assisting in conducting the research, and professor Valerie Steeves (Criminology Department, University of Ottawa) for her valuable comments on previous drafts of this article.
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