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The finger print - just a feature of comfort.

The fingerprint is by no means a secure identification when it comes to the question "Who is your customer"?

Child used finger of sleeping mother for shopping

A smartphone lock, which can only be lifted by fingerprint, has not prevented a six-year-old from buying an online Pokémon shop. The child simply sneaked to the sleeping mother, unlocked the smartphone with her finger and gave 250 US dollars for Pikachu and Co. out.


In America, vendors such as Apple, Google and Amazon are struggling against class actions of people who are indignant about how minors can easily purchase their services and spend money. But the case of Bathany Howell in Arkansas shows that even the best protection does not necessarily have to help.

 

Her daughter crept up to her mother as she slept and unlocked the parental smartphone with her finger. Then the little girl bought 13 Pokémon articles through the Amazon app. The parents assumed a hack when they saw the bill. Little daughter Ashlynd said she did shopping. In the end it did not happen much, the family could send back all the articles.