Oops! It turns out that one of the things the new Kindle Fire Tablet didn’t learn from the Apple iPad is parental controls. While the iPad lets parents turn off or limit kid’s purchasing power from iTunes, it is almost ridiculously simple for kids to order from Amazon. That’s because once you register the device, it comes with your Amazon account information preloaded, along with "1-Click" ordering. That means anyone who is holding that device can place an order, whether it's their account or not. No prompts appear to confirm the purchase or ask for a password. So far, there have been various reports that even toddlers are able to able to make multiple purchases. Chat rooms are full of comments about a means to get around the glitch, but so far no luck. Amazon will probably make a software correction at some point, but until that happens, keep a lookout out for errant purchases.