Don't think that Apple and Amazon are the only ones currently in the FTC's crosshairs over their in-app purchasing policies. But while Jeff Bezos and company are fighting tooth and nail, Google has decided simply settle with the government and offer refunds to parents whose children went a little overboard with the in-app purchases. Mountain View will issue full refunds to those who were charged for unauthorized purchases made by their kids. That will mean a minimum of $19 million dollars is being returned to angry consumers, though that's mere pocket change for the internet giant. That's also significantly less than the $32.5 million Apple settled for, though it remains to be seen how much Amazon will be hit for if it fails to fend off the FTC's lawsuit.