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German Greens fear connected toy robot could allow eavesdropping

Thursday 31 August 2017 | 13:05 CET | News
The German parliamentary Green Party's spokeswoman for consumer affairs, Nicole Maisch, has criticised the Federal Network Agency (BNA) for failing to take action against a connected toy robot called i-Que that could be used to eavesdrop, said weekly magazine Wiwo online. She told Wiwo's sister newspaper Handelsblatt that the BNA was negligent in omitting to intervene.

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Companies: BNA
Countries: Germany
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