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Submitted by kartanym 697d ago | opinion piece

The Dangers Of In-App Purchasing

In the past week, two very intriguing stories have hit the web waves.

The first revolves around a settlement between Apple and upwards of 23 million iTunes account holders who believe that certain in-app purchases were made by their children without consent or understanding. The second is the controversial release of Real Racing 3 which, according to reports, has upwards of $500 worth of micro transactions. (Casual games, Industry, iPad, iPhone)

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