Kids and the Connected Home - 5:40
with Jennifer Hanley of the Family Online Safety Institute
Posted Jul 21, 2017
The market for smart toys and connected homes continues to grow. And while technology can provide convenience, safety, and educational benefits, it can also raise concerns about privacy. Are devices secure What kinds of information is being collected about you and your family What protections can you put in place to safeguard privacy Jennifer Hanley of the Family Online Safety Institute (FOSI) discusses the recent report Kids and the Connected Home: Privacy in the Age of Connected Dolls, Talking Dinosaurs, and Battling Robots. Interview recorded June 14, 2017. Hosted by Robert Traynham. Read a partial transcript of this interview below:
Hosted by: Robert Traynham Produced by: National Newsmakers Team

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