Apple Refunds Accidental In-App Purchases by Kids

Apple Refunds Accidental In-App Purchases by Kids

In a significant development, Apple has settled with the FTC over in-app purchases made by minors without parental consent.

Apple is set to refund at least $32.5 million to affected consumers, covering unauthorized charges large and small.

Apple Refunds Accidental In-App Purchases by Kids

Should the refunds total less than $32.5 million, the remainder will be forwarded to the FTC.

Changes must be implemented by Apple by March 31 to enhance transparency about in-app purchases to prevent future unintended charges.

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