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Published on 30/12/2020 6:00 pm

In this summary of a Midi du Consommateur discussion hosted by the Representation of the European Commission and the European Parliament Liason Office in Luxembourg, Benjamin Joly, from Security Made in Luxembourg, talks about the security risks that interactive, connected toys can present, and more importantly, he talks about how to reduce those risks and protect yourself and your children.  On the panel were Karin Basenach, Director of the European Consumer Centre in Luxembourg, Christoph Schroeder from the European Parliament Liason Office in Luxembourg  and Stephan Koppelberg, Representative of the European Commission here in Luxembourg.  The EU has some of the highest standards for cybersecurity and toy safety in the world, and Koppelberg reminded participants that cybersecurity is a Commission priority.  Find the recording of the entire Midi du Consommateur European discussion here

This event was the last Midi du Consommateur Europeen event for 2020. These free events are held regularly to inform consumers about their rights and about EU legislation that protects them as consumers.  They are open to the public – just register online!  For information on upcoming events, check






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Cybersecurity – Be smart about ‘smart’ toys!