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NewsPoster Jun 24, 2013 11:15 AM
Settlement reached in class action lawsuit over iOS in-app purchases
Settlement terms have been reached in the 2011 class action lawsuit over Apple's <a href=" tative.apps/" rel='nofollow'>in-app purchase system</a>, a new <A href="">claims website</a> indicates. The plaintiffs in the case argued that Apple's system allowed some developers to dupe children into buying large amounts of in-app content. While Apple normally requires an Apple ID login to authorize in-app purchases, until iOS 4.3 was released in 2011, a <a href="" rel='nofollow'>15-minute window existed</a> after an initial login during which more sign-ins weren't required.<br />
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All US residents can submit a settlement claim so long as they paid for an in-app purchase made through a qualifying app prior to May 2, and the purchase was made by a minor without a parent's knowledge or permission. There are three different compensation options, starting with a $5 iTunes Store credit; people can also claim credit "equal to the total amount of Game Currency that a minor charged to your iTunes account without your knowledge or permission within a single forty-five day period." The final option involves a cash refund, but only if a person no longer has an iTunes account, or if a claim's value exceeds $30.<br />
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The deadline for claim submissions is January 13. People choosing to object to the settlement or opt out of it, however, must take action by August 30.
prathibhanu Jun 24, 2013 12:24 PM
selling $30 itunes cards by court orders!
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