'Smart' Toys May Be Spying On Kids, Privacy Advocates Say
So-called "smart toys,"which have have internet or Bluetooth connections, are on the top of many kids’ holiday wish lists. But now consumer advocates and a U.S. senator are calling them into question. They say the toys pose security and privacy risks. Washington, D.C. bureau reporter Geoff Bennett takes a closer look. Updated 12/15/2016 05:12 PM
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