Within days of the launch of “Pokémon Go,” the new augmented reality game that uses phone cameras and GPS to show the classic ‘90s ‘pocket monsters’ in real environments, a number of sites and museums started complaining that they were not appropriate places to catch ‘em all. Formerly public sites turned private were also reported as being marked as “pokéstops” or “gyms.”
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