“Under the terms of the settlement, Apple will offer a $5 iTunes credit to those who claim that a minor bought in-game items without their knowledge or permission,” Roberts reports. “If the amount in question is more than $5, Apple will offer a credit for that amount. If the amount in question is over $30, an Apple user can claim a cash refund.”
Roberts reports, “In order to collect under the settlement, Apple users will have to attest that a minor bought ‘game currency’ and that the user did not provide the minor with the Apple password.”
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