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This is the most biased coverage of this story I've seen. Nowhere does it mention that Apple took steps to prevent this as far back as iOS 4.3. This is partly Apple's fault, but at the same time the parents and the app developers are just as easily to blame.
Just bear in mind that the M in MSN stands for Microsoft.....more
It's the parent's job to check for this sort of thing. If it's too much trouble to look over an app that the kids want to play then either the kid shouldn't have access to an iPhone, or the parents shouldn't be parents.
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