(Bloomberg) -- VTech Holdings Ltd. is working with regulators in Hong Kong after a hacking attack at the maker of electronic toys and computer tablets compromised the privacy of millions of children and parents.

Attackers accessed servers containing names, e-mail addresses and passwords, according to the company. The hackers also obtained children’s photos and chat records, technology blog Motherboard reported. The Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data is in contact with the Hong Kong- based company for a “compliance check.”

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