Featured on Employment Law This Week® – Pokémon Go creates privacy concerns for employers.
The first mainstream augmented reality game is sweeping the nation, and the game never stops, even during work hours. Despite a recent update to the game that reduces its access to players’ Google accounts, Pokémon Go’s data collection practices are under fire from privacy advocates. The Electronic Privacy Information Center has joined the fray, calling for the FTC to investigate security risks associated with the game. In light of the popularity of the game, employers should consider adding more detail into their policies about how and where business mobile devices can be used.
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