The Internet of Things has found its way into the court room once again.  Last week, two mothers filed a putative class action stemming from their children’s use of “Hello Barbie,” an interactive version of the popular doll that relies on cloud-based technology to talk back to its playmates and that the mothers allege violated their children’s privacy.  To learn more about the lawsuit, take a look at my recent post on the Retail & Consumer Products Law Observer blog.