Apple’s App Lawsuit

April 17, 2011 by staff 

Apple’s App Lawsuit, Pursuant to the purchase of Apple a man has challenged policies from Pennsylvania, Garen Meguerian, which states that policies concerning Technology Company based in Cupertino are support for unauthorized purchases.

Meguerian Garen, father of two children, filed a lawsuit against Apple in a court of northern district of California, alleging that Apple illegally targeting children and tempted to buy expensive goods virtual iTunes App Store.

Meguerian said that implementation of purchasing policies of Apple allowed her nine years of age to purchase virtual goods worth approximately and 200 without permission.

In explaining the problem, Meguerian says that after entering a password to download an application for a user receives a fifteen-minute window to make purchases in the application without having to enter the password again.

Meguerian adds that purchasing policies under permits “illegal exploitation” of children and their parents’ wallets.

This is not the first time that Apple is feeling the brunt of criticism from parents about there purchasing policies in-app. A few months ago, the Washington Post reported that an eight year old, and 1,400 in accumulated charges under while playing Capcom “Smurfs” the people “of the game.

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