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The federal government’s Amazon lawsuit, explained
In a new lawsuit, the Federal Trade Commission claims that Amazon makes it too easy for children to make purchases in mobile applications without their parents' permission. (Amazon's founder and CEO, Jeffrey P. Bezos, is also the owner of The Washington Post.)
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