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December 5, 2014

Posted  December 5, 2014

The settlement involving Google unfairly billing for in-app purchases receives final approval. The order resolves allegations that Google billed consumers millions of dollars for charges incurred by children without consent from account holders. When Google first introduced in-app charges to the Google Play store in 2011, the FTC’s complaint alleged, Google billed for such charges without any password requirement or other method to obtain account holder authorization. FTC