Parents Face Real Bills for Virtual Real Estate

From LinuxInsider:

Teenagers are using their parents’ credit cards to buy thousands of dollars’ worth of virtual property, including real estate, on Web sites such as Second Life.

NetSafe chief executive Martin Cocker says parents are shocked because they don’t realize it’s possible to buy something that doesn’t exist in the real world — and they don’t know how fast it’s possible to spend.

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