NEW YORK (CBS NEWS) – A collection of children’s and privacy rights groups is accusing Facebook of intentionally duping kids into running up charges for playing games on the social network without their parents knowledge.

Organizations including Common Sense Media and the Center for Digital Democracy on Thursday filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission, calling on the regulator to investigate whether Facebook violated consumer and privacy laws protecting minors.

An image of the popular video game ‘Angry Birds’ is displayed on a laptop. (credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

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