Have you seen news of outraged parents in the United States who’re apparently aiming to try and sue Apple for making their children run up large in-app-purchase bills?
The Telegraph has the story:
The parents argue that Apple made it too easy for children to spend on digital items such as “smurfberries” in the game Smurfs Village without the “authorisation of their parents”.
Right. But we all know how this works. You can only buy stuff if you’ve got the iTunes username and password. Job done. If you give your child the password to your account, it’s now you’re responsibility for what they do with it. It’s not Apple’s problem.