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Trying to Niantic prevent players from Pokemon Go trespassing

It is not clear that Niantic, who recently paid a $4 million settlement in a class action claiming that Pokemon Go encourages trespassing and dangerous play

The developer recently expelled $4 million to settle a lawsuit illegal, Who could have imagined a game where you walk in residential areas to catch Pokemon can lead to trespassing? It is not clear that Niantic, who recently paid a $4 million settlement in a class action claiming that Pokemon Go encourages trespassing and dangerous play, The Register reported. 

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For obvious reasons, Niantic is now taking action to prevent Pokemon Go players from trespassing. Basically, the studio will start implementing a reporting system that they say will handle 95% of related incidents within 15 days.

A Florida resident's complaint describes a torn direct experience from a horror film, claiming that Pokemon Go players were "acting like zombies, clashing with things" when they wandered his property several times. 

A separate complaint says that five different Pokemon trainers rotated the doorbell and asked if they could use the backyard to catch Pokemon.

In addition to the warning already applied to "Be aware of what surrounds you," Niantic will add additional steps to ensure that Pokemon Go players don't violate any laws
For one, they will stop placing Pokestops near single-family homes and get rid of any existing situations. They also add a mechanism to disable Pokestop and Gym signs within a public park after hours.

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Although liability was not accepted, Niantic has agreed to a $4 million settlement, which will mostly be allocated to several lawyers involved in the case. 

Unfortunately, the 12 plaintiffs who actually filed the case will receive only $1,000 from the settlement.

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