Around the globe, tens of millions are wandering the streets, clutching their cell phones while on the hunt for Jigglypuffs, Squirtles, and Pikachus as they play the “augmented reality” epidemic called Pokémon Go. Many of these folks may be exploring new neighborhoods while on their quest, and the “PokeStops” and “gyms” where players gather to

With unprecedented speed, the Pokemon Go app has seemingly taken over the world. And as millions were caught up in their quest for Pikachus and Jigglypuffs, it quickly became apparent that the free “augmented reality” cellphone app was giving its creators unprecedented access to users’ personal Google account information.

When users – especially those using

With unprecedented speed, the Pokemon Go app has seemingly taken over the world. Millions of people around the globe, largely but not only kids and teens, are searching everywhere for Jigglypuffs, Pikachus and other Pokemon as part of this “augmented reality” game in which players or “trainers” attempt to catch the animated creatures and other