My Friend Cayla doll interacts with children. German authorities last month recommended that parents destroy the dolls because of concerns that hackers can listen and talk to children playing with the doll.
My Friend Cayla doll interacts with children. German authorities last month recommended that parents destroy the dolls because of concerns that hackers can listen and talk to children playing with the doll. amazon.com
My Friend Cayla doll interacts with children. German authorities last month recommended that parents destroy the dolls because of concerns that hackers can listen and talk to children playing with the doll. amazon.com
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Are your household items spying on you? One California lawmaker has an answer

March 22, 2017 6:38 AM

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