(PCMag) As long as there are smartphones and tablets, games geared for kids, and kids with enough time on their hands (and creativity) to thwart their parents' security measures, there will always be kids racking up huge charges on their parents' accounts. That's just the nature of the child-parent relationship, we feel.
The latest in the "you spent what on my what" saga comes from West Sussex, England. According to The Metro, Mohamed Shugaa recently found that his seven-year-old son had managed to rack up quite the bill playing the Jurassic World game on his iPad.
While said kid knew his dad's password to get onto the iPad itself, the dad was surprised to learn that his son had also memorized his Apple ID password. And, in doing so, he was able to bypass any restrictions his father had placed on the device and buy whatever he wanted in the game.
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