"We are always concerned about privacy, identity theft and other malware issues when it comes to using third-party apps to download content or games", says Mary O'Sullivan-Andersen, president and CEO of BBB Serving Southern Alberta and East Kootenay. Players should be respectful of others' private property.
So unless Nintendo introduces battles and trading, we believe that Pokemon Go will age very quickly.
These days at iconic tourist attractions around major cities, you're as likely to find Pokemon hunters glued to their smartphones as you are to see tourists snapping selfies.
"The robbery stuff is hyped nonsense, allegedly happens once and the press can't resist telling the story", Sean Sullivan, F-Secure's Security Advisor, said in a statement. "Can you more exhaustively describe the purposes for which Pokemon GO would share or sell such data?" "The bottom line is that still if you may, as always, you should check your privacy settings".