‘“We hope the makers of Pokémon Go will deal with any instances of characters apparent on private property quickly and that it is made as easy as possible to report these issues,” said Christopher Price The Country, Land and Business Association (CLA) ‘

Advice given to Pokémon Go players in the countryside (The Dealer, Irish Farmers Journal)

Pic: Irish Farmers Journal

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17 thoughts on “Pikamoo

  1. well

    People would have to manually submit to them what property is private etc.
    For landmarks for gyms etc they already rely on submissions.

    It would be a lot of data for them to have to hold onto and would bring up even more privacy issues and whining.

  2. Tish Mahorey

    It’s bloody obvious what land is private and what isn’t.

    Let them get gored. The fools.

  3. forfeckssake

    It’s not up the game manufacturers. People still have to follow the rules of the real world. Pokemon appear in houses too but if someone breaks in to a house it’s not the developers fault.

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