Amazon customers are due as much as $70 million in refunds after kids made purchases from mobile devices without permission.
- The case started in 2014 when the Federal Trade Commission sued Amazon.
- Amazon claimed their real-time notices should have been enough to inform parents about accidental purchases made by their kids, but the FTC disagreed.
- A federal judge ruled against Amazon, saying the company was liable for the exchanges.
- Details on how parents can go about getting a refund will be announced sometime shortly.