Pokémon Is Back As an Augmented-Reality Game for People With Zero Shame

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Pokémon Go uses your phone’s GPS and camera to place Pokémon in everyday situations. Sounds fun, but also potentially hazardous. Already, Australian authorities have had to caution users against entering a police station that appears on the app to be a hunting location. Proceed with caution, Ash Ketchum wannabes.

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