Players of Pokémon GO, a wildly popular location-based augmented reality game, may be missing real life threats to their private information.
Pokémon GO creates several privacy and security concerns, particularly for children playing the game, including geolocation tracking, excessive collection of personal data and possible sale of such information to third parties, privacy and security professionals told Bloomberg BNA.
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