Released today, an annual survey that shows parents dangerous toys for their children. It’s the 32nd Trouble in Toyland Report. The Wisconsin Public Interest Research Group Foundation put the report together.
It’s led to the recall of more than 150 toys.
New this year, the survey includes data-collecting toys, which may be in violation of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA).
“The doll might function as a remote Bluetooth headset, microphone, or speaker on any Bluetooth enabled device. The idea that a stranger could access your child’s device is very concerning.”
The survey said target has removed certain fidget spinners for lead and choking continues to be the number one hazard when it comes to children’s toys.