Israeli military cannot play Pokémon Go

Source : 112 Ukraine

Israel's army leadership has banned Israeli military bases play the game Pokémon Go, explaining the ban on security grounds
20:58, 1 August 2016

The directive soldiers and officers of the Israel army leadership said that the camera and gps system on smartphones, needed to play the Pokémon Go can cause leakage of sensitive information, Unian reports.

The Army Officials also fear that soldiers can download the bootleg copy of the app, resulting in the data steal from the memory of their phones.

The Israeli anti-cancer Association warned citizens of the dangers of mills to catch Pokémon in the middle of the day because of the intense heat and advised the players to wear hats. According to the Israeli medical service Magen David Adom, the 15-year-old girl was injured after falling from a bicycle at the time of catching Pokémon last week. A 35-year-old man also suffered from the game running into a glass door and injuring his leg.

Related: Hacker attack on Twitter account of Pokemon Go creator

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