I recently discussed Bill C-30 (lawful access) with host Jeremy John on CityTV’s Breakfast Television Winnipeg. Click here to watch the discussion about this controversial online surveillance Bill.
The new Barbie Video Girl, which retails for just over $100, has a built-in camera in the doll’s necklace and an LCD screen on her back. The doll also comes equipped with a USB cable that enables you to transfer video recordings to your home computer and then online to YouTube or Facebook.
Not surprisingly, some are calling for a ban on Barbie Video Girl because of the potential that children will post online videos which infringe their privacy. Should we ban Barbie Video Girl? If so, should we ban all children’s toys with cameras? Read more>>