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Parents in Germany face $26,500 fine if they don’t destroy controversial ‘My Friend Cayla’ dolls:

April 19th, 2017
Categories: Past News

Link: http://www.orrazz.com/2017/04/parents-in-germany-face-26500-fine-if.html

Researchers found that the dolls were recording users’ and sending this information out to a third party specializing in voice-recognition for police and military forces.'

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