Assuming that Play Store would realise the error and rectify it, Nick’s grandfather Tom contacted Google, only to be told the payments were correct and nothing could be done. Instead of the refund he says he was simply “invited to think happy thoughts”.
I regularly hear praise for Snow Leopard, claiming it is still the best operating system Apple has made. Can someone please explain to me why this is the case?
"The privacy concerns are clear when devices have the capacity to record conversations and log activity," said Big Brother Watch director Emma Carr. "When those devices are aimed specifically at children, then for many this will step over the creepy line. Children should be able to play in private and shouldn't have to fear this sort of passive invasion of their privacy. It is simply unnecessary."
The suggestion that Apple will persist with the 'C' monstrosities means that people must have actually bought them.
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