According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Star Networks USA LLC has agreed to recall its Magnicube Spheres and Magnicube Cubes, high- powered magnet sets that CPSC alleges cause harm to children and teenagers who ingest them. Manufactured in China, the 22,000 sets sold in the United States after August 2010 contain from 125 to more than 1,000 rare earth magnets. The company will provide full refunds to those returning full sets and a prorated refund for those returning less than a full set; all sets will be destroyed. The settlement of CPSC’s administrative complaint against the company also requires that it cease making, importing, distributing, and selling the products. The company’s agreement with CPSC states that signing it “does not constitute an admission . . . of the existence of a defect in the Subject Products, a substantial product hazard or reportable infor- mation pursuant to Section 15(b) of the CPSA, 15 U.S.C. § 2064(b).” See CPSC News Release, August 4, 2014.