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High-Tech Child's Play in the Cloud: Be safe and aware of the difference between virtual and real
IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine (2016)
  • Katina Michael, University of Wollongong
  • Alexander M. Hayes, University of Wollongong
Abstract
Form factors can play a significant role in disarming buyers of white goods for households and gifts for minors. In context, the power of a sensor looks innocent when it is located in a children's toy, as opposed to sitting atop a mobile closed-circuit television policing unit.
Keywords
  • safety,
  • children,
  • virtual,
  • online,
  • toys,
  • culture,
  • viewing,
  • watching,
  • listening,
  • surveillance,
  • wireless,
  • remote,
  • wifi,
  • mattel,
  • video barbie,
  • barbie,
  • vidster,
  • video recording,
  • camera,
  • shooting,
  • point of view,
  • POV,
  • targeting,
  • natural languages,
  • speech processing,
  • toytalk,
  • stories,
  • hacking,
  • cloud,
  • Internet
Publication Date
2016
DOI
10.1109/MCE.2015.2484878
Citation Information
Katina Michael and Alexander M. Hayes. "High-Tech Child's Play in the Cloud: Be safe and aware of the difference between virtual and real" IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine Vol. 5 Iss. 1 (2016) p. 123 - 128
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/alexanderhayes/11/