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If you were a breathing human person who was alive within the past week, you've heard of . The 90s game made its big mobile comeback last week, and it's already more popular than apps (but like Tinder, it's ). Essentially, it uses your phone's GPS location to help you go out into the world and find Pokémon characters.
If you're like this author, the moment you figured out the game forces you to leave your home, you deleted it. #SayNoToUnnecessaryCardio
"...aggregated information and non-identifying information with third parties for research and analysis, demographic profiling, and other similar purposes..."
So basically, your location data will get sent right back to Google.
|Giving Pokémon your email password.|
So if you'd rather not have a Japanese game character know about your erectile dysfunction, think before downloading.
The worst is . He posted to a picture of his rigged up drone—yes, . Instead of walking, which is the point of the game, he flew, covering more ground than any person could, and thus getting all the Pokémon. What a human turd.
|First playfully teasing, what's next? All out Pokémon war?|
Sure, it's all fun and games until gets involved!