3 thoughts on “The security implications of Pokemon Go.

  1. Pete D. says:

    On a beautiful Friday evening in late July, your 25-35 year-old employee may well be in the park, I mean Poke-gym, sitting quietly in the company of strangers like so :


    A fresher-aired use of time than Snapchat or FB Messenger, wouldn’t you say ? It’d better be, because Go is chewing bytes out of both. Twitter use appears to be unaffected thus far, but the night is young. Still, how’s that for a demographic survey.

  2. […] yet are stuck with no other dot-connector than your smartphone, you’re better off with Pokemon Go. At least with that you’ll be able to see your potential matches in […]

  3. […] that you use for little other than playing gawk at the girl without actually talking to heriv or catch a Pikamon or get all FOMOrific up in this bitch ; or that you happen to have been born to folks who landed […]

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