Santa’s Seven Favorite Surveillance Toys of 2022

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It’s holiday season and now, perhaps more than ever, it’s kids around the world beg her parents for the next shiny gadgets and gimmicks. While there’s no shortage of enticing new tech toys to choose from, recent revelations have been unearthed The Facebook Papers and academic research Show the potentially unsettling effects of being connected to the internet Devices (especially the ones with links to social media) can have on that mental health of children and adolescents. Data brokers and data collectors, meanwhile, are as eager as ever to siphon off younger people user personal data.

With this in mind, the non-profit child protection organization ParentsTogether decided to put their 2022 together Report on dangerous technical toys. The organization says it compiled the list, not necessarily as a “don’t buy” list but as a conversation starter, to help parents learn about the dangers some seemingly harmless toys could pose.

“As we approach the holiday season, parents are starting to think about what gifts to buy their kids, and with kids spending so much time online between school and play, tech products are inevitably coming to market,” said Shelby Knox, campaign director of ParentsTogether a statement. “We want to make sure parents are armed with the information they need to keep their children safe and informed, as we’ve seen time and time again that we can’t trust big tech companies that put profit before safety.”

That is, if you did If you happen to buy one of these devices for your kids, we promise we won’t tell anyone if you start reaching for the receipt or yanking out the batteries. Read on to see some of the most dangerous tech toys for kids and teens, according to ParentsTogether’s report.

https://gizmodo.com/parentstogether-warns-against-surveillance-toys-privacy-1849927413 Santa’s Seven Favorite Surveillance Toys of 2022

Zack Zwiezen

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