Do you play Pokémon Go? Do you enjoy your constitutional right to go to court? Are you afraid Pokémon Go could have a data leak? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then it may interest you to know something. The terms of service in Pokémon Go includes a forced arbitration clause. Do you know what that means? Are Pokémon Stealing Your Legal Rights? The attorneys at Colson Hicks Eidson have been on a quest to keep you informed about your legal rights. That’s why we’ve gone to great lengths to inform you about the dangers of forced arbitration clauses. These hidden clauses force you to give up your right to take a company to court. And the Pokémon Go terms of service has just such a hidden clause. Forced arbitration has been used by banks and credit card companies to shield them from lawsuits. It doesn’t matter…
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Have you heard of Pokémon Go? It’s a new game that allows you to hunt Pokémon in real life. The game uses your cellphone’s GPS to help you hunt and catch virtual monsters, and it’s become a national obsession. Everywhere you turn there are Pokémon enthusiasts walking around, staring at their phones and trying to catch ‘em all. However, this new form of entertainment has a dark side. Should You Catch Pokémon While Driving? It was 10:44 pm on a Tuesday night when a crash startled the residents of Auburn, New York. Neighbors called the Auburn Police Department who arrived to find a car that had crashed into a tree. The 28-year-old driver of the car told police that he had swerved while hunting Pokémon and slammed into the tree. Luckily for this driver, he suffered no major injuries, but police don’t want this type of crash to happen again….
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