NSPCC voices child safety concerns over Pokémon GO

NSPCC has said the app Pokémon Go shouldn’t have been released in the UK because it is susceptible to being hijacked by users who wish to harm others, and so raises serious child safety concerns. The charity had urged Nintendo UK to reassess the app’s security and safety features before it was released in the UK.

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