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Nov
27

Holiday Hazards: Toy Recalls Rise

With Thanksgiving behind us, consumers have turned their attention to holiday shopping. Americans are expected to spend more this year than last, and when you look at where they plan to spend those dollars, toys make up one of the top gift categories.

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Nov
16

Connected Kids: Data Privacy and the Internet of Things

This post is based on the article Children’s Products and the “Internet of Things”: Data Privacy Beyond COPPA. In this internet age, "smart" products—those that collect, transmit, or store electronic data—are everywhere, and children’s products are no exception. By some estimates, the smart toy market will reach $11.

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Nov
06

New Technology on the Table for Safer Saws

In the world of product safety, if there’s one item that’s been able to slide under the radar, it’s the table saw. The power tool is in popular demand because it’s great at what it does and can slice through wood like it’s butter. Unfortunately, table saws can also be dangerous for the users. In America alone, the table saw is the cause of more than 4,000 amputations every year—or over 10 amputations a day.

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Oct
10

Inadvertently International: How Recalls Go Global

Global recalls bring an added layer of complexity. There are numerous, sometimes conflicting, regulations to follow. Consumers and the media often have different expectations and reactions. Various stakeholders typically speak many languages. Companies that directly operate exclusively in one country may assume they will avoid these complications. But that isn’t always the case. It is easier than ever to move products across borders, and it happens frequently for a number of reasons.

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Sep
26

Survey Finds Millennials Less Likely to Respond to Recalls

By ExpertSolutions

Millennials are the least likely among the U.S. population to say they respond positively to product recall notices, according to new research commissioned by Stericycle Expert Solutions. A consumer survey1 of over 1,000 Americans found that most claim to comply with recall notices for food, pharmaceuticals, motor vehicles, and consumer electronics.

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