Before I had a child I would say that the parents could have been paying attention, or could have logged out of the app store when their children were using it.
However, I learned the hard way that a 12 month old can manipulate a cable TV controller, navigate to on-demand, and purchase Prometheus without you ever knowing. So, should you choose to come over my house and want to rent a movie, you'll need to enter "4444" when prompted with a passcode. That will also get you into my iphone since my daughter somehow managed to change my temperature from Fahrenheit to Celsius and my search engine from google to yahoo. There not children... there intelligent life forms from another planet.
I wonder if the lawyers representing the class action suit got paid in iTunes credits too?
On another note, I don't play thats many games with in app purchases. I usually skip them once I see they have them.
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