ALERT: If You Use Pokémon GO App, You Need To Delete It IMMEDIATELY, Here’s SHOCKING Reason Why

 

Dean James III% AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS –

While Pokémon GO users (there are millions and millions of them already) are collecting all 150 of the game’s fictional species of creatures, Niantic and Nintendo are gaining access to and collecting a lot of your personal information, PopSci reports.

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It’s not just the ability to track your location, or the fact that the app is linked with your Google account that’s worrisome; most users accepted a level of invasive monitoring willingly, given the game is about GPS-based hunting.

But the app gives away way more than that to the company. Way more.

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 Anyone who signed up for Pokémon GO with a Google account (the other option, a Pokémon.com account, is unavailable right now) has perhaps unknowingly given Nintendo and developer Niantic (formerly owned by Google, but still part of Google’s investment portfolio) full account access.
That means they can see/edit/collect just about anything related to your Google account. Emails, photos, documents, all of your past location and search history: it can see all of this stuff, from even before you started using the app. It can also send emails as you—kind of the number one, red flag, alarm bell hacker opportunity in the digital world, aside from banking.
That’s not all. 

Four teens allegedly used the newly-released “Pokemon Go” app to commit multiple robberies in St. Louis and St. Charles counties.

Brett Miller, 17, of St. Peters, Jamine Warner, 18, of O’Fallon, Mo., and Shane Backer, 18, of Wentzville are charged with first-degree robbery and armed criminal action. A 16-year-old suspect has also been charged, KMOV reported.

 Police believe the suspects conducted multiple armed robberies by targeting their victims through the mobile game “Pokemon Go.” They believe the suspects added a beacon near a Poke-stop in their location, which could lure more players nearby.

The mobile game is a geo-cached mobile application where players can find and catch Pokemon in their area or the surrounding areas.

God Bless. 

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Dean James III% AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

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