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|Publisher(s)||The Pokémon Company|
July 6, 2016 for North America and Australia|
July 13 for Europe
July 20 for Japan
Pokémon Go is a smartphone-based video game that is sort of an upgrade from Google Ingress in that you use your smartphone and have to go to different physical locations to play the game. The company that developed it was Niantic, Inc., which was a spinoff company from Google from the part of Google that developed the game Ingress. Niantic continues to by majorly backed by Google. Niantic, Inc., was founded by John Hanke, who previously received funding from the CIA's venture capital firm In-Q-Tel to develop what in time became Google Earth. In-Q-Tel is described as an “independent strategic investment firm that identifies innovative technology solutions to support the missions of the U.S. Intelligence Community.”
In Pokémon Go, you travel around to real physical locations and collect virtual Pokemon that are mapped to real physical locations. And then at other locations, they are mapped as gyms where people fight them. People go around private property and off-limits government property to try to find virtual Pokemon. People have gotten in car crashes playing the game. People have even crashed into a police cars on video.
Pokémon Go was designed by the (Zionist) CIA as a profiling system to stalk all the users, including small children. It serves also as a training for them in no longer perceiving and thinking themselves during leisure time (which is a kind of mind control, re-education and conditioning). The app for the game requires permissions to access every single thing on your phone including taking video from your video camera. Pokémon Go's Terms of Service, like all TOS takes about 6 hours to go through and has a lot of very bad hidden things and says all of this. It says that for even young children, it can send all this data from your phone and then it can share it with any third parties it wants. The company behind the game is not just going to give the data to the government, they are going to sell the data. The app is also connected to your Google account for even more data. Globalist-Cultural Marxist-controlled magazine, Gawker, has mocked people upset about the privacy issues in the game. The game also demands people's birthday, which can be used for identity theft. The advice of privacy advocates of course was to lie about your birthdate. The US government even warned their employees about playing the game.
People have already used the tracking system of this game to catch their lovers cheating based on people's recorded locations.
On a lighter note, people have gone and played the game at holocaust museums and it has made people upset.
People chasing virtual Pokémon have gotten beat up and robbed, carjacked, men playing the game have been sex-attacked by other men, trapped in places (eg. a graveyard), fallen off the edge of a cliff, children riding bikes hit by cars, and more! People have quit their jobs to play this game full-time. There's a huge increase in car crashes by people playing this game, though some players pay others to drive them around instead. Convicted child sex offenders are also breaking their legal restrictions against being near children as they travel all around playing this game. People playing this game also tresspass and destroy people's fences to enter their property. One man tried to scare off tresspassers by firing a warning shot at them but they just whined to the police and news media, "Oh you've got to ban guns!"
- Reilly, Luke (September 10, 2015). "Pokémon GO Coming to Smartphones". IGN. Ziff Davis. Retrieved September 10, 2015.
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