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The woman said that people who play Pokemon Go have repeatedly tried to climb over the fence of her house. According to her, Pokemon Catchers sit in front of her house at any time of the day.
MOSCOW, August 11 – RIA Novosti. A resident of the Canadian province of Alberta has filed a lawsuit against Niantic Inc., which created the popular Pokemon Go app, claiming that Pokemon fishers violate her right to privacy, the Associated Press reported .
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Barbara-Lyn Schaeffer stated that people who play Pokemon Go have tried to climb over the fence of her house more than once. According to the woman, Pokemon catchers sit in front of her house at any time of the day.
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“We moved here to be in silence, not for people to climb over my fence. The last thing we want is for strangers to look out our windows. On Saturday, someone even launched a drone in our backyard to play game, “she said. At the same time, the woman admitted that she has nothing against the game, “but not in her house.”
A resident of Canada has already sent a request to the company to remove the territory of her house from the game, and received an automatic response that the complaint will be considered.
As the agency notes, the claim has not yet been certified in court, so its further fate has not been determined. So far, only Schafer is listed as the applicant in the class action lawsuit, but it is possible that other Canadians who are dissatisfied with the application may soon join her.
Earlier, a resident of the US state of New Jersey sued the creators of the popular mobile application. According to Jeffrey Marder, people playing the game knocked on his house five times and asked for permission to enter the backyard.
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This is not the first time that Pokemon catchers have been involved in incidents with private home owners. Earlier it was reported that a resident of Florida shot two teenagers playing Pokemon Go near his house. As a result of the incident, no one was injured, several bullets hit the tires of the car where the players were.
Pokemon Go is a free application based on “augmented reality” technology: digital and real worlds are connected, as the picture displayed on the smartphone screen is projected onto the location of the real world.