Re: When will parents learn
Consider this a fundemental design problem with iTunes. You're forced to provide payment information even if you have no intention of buying anything. Free content is muddled with adware and these micropayments. Any system where such micropayments can't be disabled across the board is just asking for this kind of trouble.
It doesn't even have to be "misbehaving children". I personally don't want to end up "buying" something I didn't intend.
You force people to be "in for a penny, if in for a pound" and you will create this kind of problem.
It's entirely unnecessary.
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