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Invasive, Nuisance Players Spur Canadian Pokemon Go Lawsuit

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 CBC News

A class-action lawsuit against the makers of Pokeman Go is moving ahead even though the company has removed the lead plaintiff’s home in a small Alberta hamlet from its app. Barbie Schaeffer alleges she and her husband have been inundated with players on their private property in Torrington, Alta. since it showed up on the game’s app as Pokemon Gym. Pokemon Go is played on a mobile app for iOS and Android phones. It features creatures that players "catch" in the wild and train to battle at gyms that are located at landmarks.

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