Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Pokemon Go No Go, or What a Great Spy Pretext

The Canadian Armed Forces are warning Pokemon Go players — both in and out of uniform — not to search for Pokemon on military property. 

A spokesperson said military police have reported "Pokemon Go occurrences" at three bases — CFB Borden and 22 Wing North Bay in Ontario, and 14 Wing Greenwood in Nova Scotia — within the first week of the game's release.

"In the interests of public safety, Pokemon Go players must refrain from attempting to access defence establishments without authorization for the purpose of searching for Pokemon,"...

"A Pokemon Go player found on a defence installation who is not authorized to be there could face sanctions including a warning, a citation and fine, or arrest and prosecution." more