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12-Year-Old Racks Up €100,000 Bill After Confusing Google AdSense with AdWords

Labeled as news in The Break Room, started by News, Oct 8, 2016

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  1. News

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  2. briguy

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    Considering his age, how can he get a youtube account and a adsense account? Not a legal expert but pretty sure not legally binding.
     
  3. baseballworld

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    Yeah he I dont think you can sue a 12 year old
     
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    Google said this.\
    “[We] will proceed to cancel the outstanding balance of AdWords,” said Google in a statement, acknowledging that the purchase had been made by mistake.
     
  5. Rory Ivey

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    I find this funny...:lookaround:
     
  6. ZapNano

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    "12 years old boy". He is super under age! " Google"and "Adwords" hmmmm, they know better!

    At one time someone wants to buy a domain name from me; he told me he is only 16 years old, so he is trying to convence me to sell it to him for cheap.

    But I wasn't concern about him using his age to get cheaper price. I was of more concerned of his legal age. I told him, I don't sell domain names to a minor.
     
    Last edited: Oct 12, 2016

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