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Permissions, Privacy and Safety – Pokemon Go

By | July 11th, 2016|Categories: Social Media|Tags: , , , |

Anyone concerned about what privacy they have or what permissions they allow on their mobile phones seem not to care anymore since downloading Pokemon Go which is a free app on Android and iOS. If you've not heard about it ..... haha - Pokemon Go is an Augmented Reality Game from Nintendo, The Pokémon Co., and developer Niantic Labs.  The aim of the game is to discover and train Pokemon that will appear around you on your phone, in the real world.  To complete this game you will have to travel far and wide during the day and night, and if you can't do that, there are in-game purchases to help you complete the game, which is where Nintendo will make their money. So now to privacy... I'm not just talking about the fact that is a location tracking game - for a kids game, this should ring alarm bells on its own. No, I'm talking about the permissions you have to allow to play the game and the Pokemon Go - Niantic - Privacy Policy, which in one part informs [...]

Twitter and BBM involvement in UK riots

By | August 9th, 2011|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Riots that started in London have now spread to other British cities, such as Bristol, Birmingham, Liverpool, Nottingham and Manchester. It has been said that networks such as Facebook, Twitter and BBM have helped organise some of the riots.  Police say that the main culprit however is BBM; BlackBerrys Messenger service as it is/was thought that messages cannot be traced, although Blackberry have said that they will help police to trace people which is a little confusing? I am surprised that if the police felt so strongly that BBM was to blame for the start of the London Riots that it still hasn't been blocked, or shut down. Or is it now because now they have Blackberry to help track people, police want the looters to use it. I assume though that police will see from phone records of those arrested, who those people have been contacted by or contacted to arrange the meet ups, via text or BBM. I do believe that Twitter has been detrimental to the riots, but from a small minority of people,  mostly people thought they were [...]