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Which? investigation finds security flaws with popular smart toys

Tuesday 10 December 2019 | 12:10 CET | News
New research from UK consumer group Which? has exposed serious security flaws in children's smart toys. As a result, Which? is calling on the new UK government to introduce mandatory security standards for manufacturers.

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