MEMOS: FACEBOOK ALLOWED 'FRIENDLY FRAUD' TO PROFIT FROM KIDS

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Newly released court documents reveal that Facebook allowed children to ring up huge bills on digital games while the company rejected recommendations on addressing what it dubbed "friendly fraud."The internal...

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