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Pokémon GO: To regulate or not to regulate?

Pokémon GO: To regulate or not to regulate?
Izza Tahir

Izza Tahir

Policy Researcher at Politheor: European Policy Network
Izza Tahir is a Master of Public Policy graduate from the University of Toronto, Canada. She has worked as a policy analyst with the Government of Ontario in Canada as well as the Government of Pakistan. Her research interests include governance reform, health policy, and the politics and policy of education reform in developing countries.
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Pokémon GO is a free-to-play, location-based game in which the player aims to catch, battle and train virtual creatures called Pokémon which are superimposed on the player’s physical environment through GPS technology and device cameras. The game was released to overwhelming success, having taken over other popular apps such as Twitter, Tinder and Snap Chat […]

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