2.- Read the terms and conditions related to the protection of personal data.
3.- Verify the way in which consent is requested and provided for the use of personal data on the devices.
4.- Review the information or the means to exercise the ARCO rights (Access, Rectification, Cancellation and Opposition).
5. Identify if the connected toy can record, understand some words or phrases, take pictures or capture video of users.
6.- Check if it uses GPS location data and, where appropriate, make it clear how to disable it.
7.- If the toy connects with an application, verify how the connection and the data exchanged during use are made and protected.
8.- Turn off the toy when it is not being used to prevent it from continuing to collect data.
9.- Be cautious with the personal data that is entered in electronic toys.
In this way, children will be able to continue playing on the Internet and using electronic or intelligent devices with less risk. Even so, it is best that tutors are always aware of their activities and friends inside and outside the digital world so that they do not become the prey of an abuser.