A Wisconsin advocacy group has announced its 32nd annual list of children’s toys that holiday shoppers should avoid. And for the first time, an online related toy gets a warning from the Wisconsin Public Interest Research Group. The group known as WISPIRG (wis’perg) mentions privacy concerns with toys like “My Friend Cayla,” a doll connected to Bluetooth. The group says the Federal Trade Commission is investigating whether Cayla violates the Children’s Online Protection Act. Emma Fisher of WISPIRG’s foundation says parents need to make sure that their kids’ toys don’t have insecure connections that strangers can invade with their smartphones.