The FBI is concerned that Video Girl Barbie could be used to make child pornography.
The doll has a digital video camera installed in the middle of her chest. It can record 30-minutes of video an audio that can be streamed to a computer.
The doll has some parents worried as well.
"Already enough of that with digital cameras, camera phones, we don't need camera Barbies. I'm sorry."
"You don't know if they're going to take it somewhere and do something with other kids. Put it online? Or a parent might try to do something? It's just not something I would want."
News station KING got a statement from Mattel which reads in part;
"Mattel products are designed with children and their best interests in mind. Many of Mattel's employees are parents themselves and we understand the importance of child safety - it is our number one priority."
The F-B-I says there have been 'no' incidents involving the doll. It has been on store shelves since July.
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