Caroline Normand, Which? Director of Advocacy, said:
“We have exposed serious security flaws with popular smart toys that would allow a hacker to access sensitive data or even contact a child directly through a speaker.
“While it is positive that the code of conduct highlights issues with these products, children will still be at risk unless smart devices are designed with security as a top priority.
“The government must introduce a mandatory requirement for connected devices – including those aimed at children – to be appropriately secured before they can be sold to British consumers.”