Pokémon GO has yet not been officially launched in India, but the location-based augmented reality game has already fueled a privacy debate and request for Ban.
Isn’t that weird?
A Gujarat resident, Alay Anil Dave has recently filed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) in the Gujarat High Court against Niantic, developers of Pokémon Go, over allegations that the game is hurting religious
Pokémon GO has become the world’s most popular mobile game since its launch in July, but not everyone loves it.
Pokémon GO has officially been banned in Iran.
The Iranian High Council of Virtual Spaces – the country’s official body that oversees online activity – has prohibited the use of the Pokémon GO app within the country due to unspecified “security concerns,” BBC reports.