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Google is now the latest company to settle with the Federal Trade Commission over the ease of in-app purchases, to the tune of $19 million. In January, Apple chose to settle for $32.5 million over a similar complaint filed by the FTC, and following that, introduced changes to its own app stores purchasing policy to […]

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Google is now the latest company to settle with the Federal Trade Commission over the ease of in-app purchases, to the tune of $19 million. In January, Apple chose to settle for $32.5 million over a similar complaint filed by the FTC, and following that, introduced changes to its own app stores purchasing policy to […]

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Hackers successfully broke into 93,000 accounts at Sony over the last few days, once again impacting users of the Sony Entertainment Network, PlayStation Network (PSN) and Sony Online Entertainment services. According to a blog post by Philip Reitinger, Sony’s Chief Information Security Officer, credit card details were not compromised. As a precautionary step, Sony has […]

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