“I have a 22-year-old disabled son, who has cerebral palsy, complex epilepsy, autism, learning difficulties and the approximate cognitive ability of a seven-year-old child.
“He is unable to do any bilateral activities so relies heavily on his iPad and PlayStation for entertainment and educational activities.
“He has recently been playing a game on his iPad called Hidden Artifacts which involves finding various items and matching them to the description. He has been charged £3160.58 between 18 February and 30 May 2019, clearing out his entire savings.”
Worth noting most of the games are on Android…
MacDailyNews Take: Of course it’s about parental responsibility, but it’s also about ensuring accountability.