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Children are increasingly the subject of data collection practices. A growing point of contention is the way in which the Internet of Things and, in particular, the Internet of Toys, affects children and their rights to privacy and data protection. This chapter offers an exploration of key fundamental rights and data protection legislation that are relevant to the Internet of Toys context in the United States and the European Union. Adopting a children’s rights perspective, it provides an analysis of the US Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, the EU General Data Protection Regulation and the future ePrivacy Regulation, andreflects on their implementation and enforcement in practice. Finally, it offers a number of practical recommendations for Internet of Toys actors, policy makers and regulators.
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connected toys, children’s rights, privacy, data protection, COPPA, GDPR, e-Privacy Regulation, HRC

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Milkaite, Ingrida, and Eva Lievens. “The Internet of Toys: Playing Games with Children’s Data?” The Internet of Toys: Practices, Affordances and the Political Economy of Children’s Smart Play, edited by Giovanna Mascheroni and Donell Holloway, Palgrave Macmillan, 2019, pp. 285–305.
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Milkaite, I., & Lievens, E. (2019). The internet of toys: playing games with children’s data? In G. Mascheroni & D. Holloway (Eds.), The internet of toys: practices, affordances and the political economy of children’s smart play (pp. 285–305). Palgrave Macmillan.
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Milkaite, Ingrida, and Eva Lievens. 2019. “The Internet of Toys: Playing Games with Children’s Data?” In The Internet of Toys: Practices, Affordances and the Political Economy of Children’s Smart Play, edited by Giovanna Mascheroni and Donell Holloway, 285–305. Palgrave Macmillan.
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Milkaite, Ingrida, and Eva Lievens. 2019. “The Internet of Toys: Playing Games with Children’s Data?” In The Internet of Toys: Practices, Affordances and the Political Economy of Children’s Smart Play, ed by. Giovanna Mascheroni and Donell Holloway, 285–305. Palgrave Macmillan.
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Milkaite I, Lievens E. The internet of toys: playing games with children’s data? In: Mascheroni G, Holloway D, editors. The internet of toys: practices, affordances and the political economy of children’s smart play. Palgrave Macmillan; 2019. p. 285–305.
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I. Milkaite and E. Lievens, “The internet of toys: playing games with children’s data?,” in The internet of toys: practices, affordances and the political economy of children’s smart play, G. Mascheroni and D. Holloway, Eds. Palgrave Macmillan, 2019, pp. 285–305.
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  abstract     = {Children are increasingly the subject of data collection practices. A growing point of contention is the way in which the Internet of Things and, in particular, the Internet of Toys, affects children and their rights to privacy and data protection. This chapter offers an exploration of key fundamental rights and data protection legislation that are relevant to the Internet of Toys context in the United States and the European Union. Adopting a children’s rights perspective, it provides an analysis of the US Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, the EU General Data Protection Regulation and the future ePrivacy Regulation, andreflects on their implementation and enforcement in practice. Finally, it offers a number of practical recommendations for Internet of Toys actors, policy makers and regulators.},
  author       = {Milkaite, Ingrida and Lievens, Eva},
  booktitle    = {The internet of toys: practices, affordances and the political economy of children’s smart play},
  editor       = {Mascheroni, Giovanna and Holloway, Donell},
  isbn         = {9783030108977},
  keywords     = {connected toys,children’s rights,privacy,data protection,COPPA,GDPR,e-Privacy Regulation,HRC},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {285--305},
  publisher    = {Palgrave Macmillan},
  series       = {Studies in Childhood and Youth},
  title        = {The internet of toys: playing games with children’s data?},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-10898-4_14},
  year         = {2019},
}

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