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The North Carolina-based company's popular game duped millions of players into making unintentional purchases, the FTC said in a statement Monday.
Of the total, $275 million is a penalty related to allegations that the company violated the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) and $245 million is a refund to customers for unwanted ...
Epic Games, the maker of the hit video game Fortnite, has agreed to pay more than half a billion dollars in fines including a $275 million fine for violating children's privacy laws.
Epic Games will pay the FTC two record-breaking settlements over allegedly violating children's online privacy laws.
In a pair of complaints, the FTC alleges that Epic’s privacy settings put children at risk of harm and claims Fortnite contained dark patterns to trick players into making unwanted purchases.