A 12 year old, British boy recently had racked up around $1,400 tab playing Farmville on Facebook. This game is played by 75,000 players monthly. She is asking them to take part of the responsibility for a child with a past history of addictive behavior. "When I asked him why he did it he said that they had brought out 'good stuff that I wanted,' " the mother, who asked not to be named, told the newspaper. This child had a history of racking up a big cell phone bill that he could not pay.
What is the line between watching what your kids are doing and corporate responsibility? Should online game manufacturers be responsible? The fact is that kids under... More:http://wp.me/pB1bY-3O