Hi-tech baby toy selling data about your child’s favourite shapes to Cambridge Analytica - The Beaverton

Hi-tech baby toy selling data about your child’s favourite shapes to Cambridge Analytica

PALO ALTO – In only the latest privacy scandal to rock , new leaks reveal that the LeapPad learning tablet has been selling information about your ’s favourite shapes to right wing think tanks.

“I became suspicious when my daughter started receiving targeted political ads for the colour yellow,” said local mother Jessica Trent. “But I really knew something was up when Emily started talking about Cwooked Hiwwawy’s involvement in .”

LeapPad has confirmed the details of the leak, but has yet to say whether also had access to personal information, such as your child’s favourite dinosaur, and how much of the alphabet they know.

“Privacy matters,” said one representative of the ACLU. “Just because we all use social media to tell people that Velociraptor is the best, doesn’t mean those platforms have the right to sell that information to people who want us voting for T-Rex.”

While LeapPad Martin Zuckerman has yet to issue a public statement, he did appear before congress today, where he failed to answer basic questions about his platform, such as what sound a cow makes.

“We need to hold firms criminally responsible for public breaches like this,” said Maisey Davis, a local 13-month-old. “Personal data is personal property; it’s time we told big that the sale of that property is not a business model. It’s theft.”

“On a side note, could you please change my now.”

But all is not lost for LeapPad. While progressives have rushed to dump , sales to the far-right have surged, ever since President Trump ordered hundreds of the brightly-coloured tablets as a replacement for the ’s computers.

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