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VTech hack exposes 5 million accounts, including kids' photos, chats

The toymaker stores personal data and photos in a way that may be easy for hackers to access. Also, Amazon shows off its latest design for delivery drones.

Not even kids' toys are safe from hackers.

A massive data breach of VTech's servers reveals that personal data on parents and kids -- including names, headshots and addresses -- was not properly protected. Watch CNET Update to learn what was exposed from this appalling security oversight, brought to light by Motherboard:

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Also in this tech-news roundup, we look at Amazon's latest prototype for a delivery drone. Amazon hopes this drone will drop off orders to your door in 30 minutes or less -- but you may need to put something on your lawn to help the craft find you.

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VTech hack exposes 5 million accounts, including kids' photos, chats