Parents Say Facebook Wrongly Charged For Kids' Game Credits

Law360, New York (April 18, 2012, 1:41 PM EDT) -- Facebook Inc. is fighting a proposed class action alleging it improperly made money off game and application credits unknowingly purchased by minors, and filed a motion Tuesday to remove the case to California federal court.

The lawsuit, originally filed in March in California state court, should be removed because the proposed class consists of at least 100 people and the amount of money in question exceeds $5 million, Facebook said.

Plaintiff Glynnis Bohannon alleges Facebook violates California's contract laws, Consumers Legal Remedies Act and Business and...
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