Man Sues Nintendo After Pokémon Go Players Try To Get Into His Backyard

A man is suing Niantic Inc., Nintendo Co., and The Pokemon Company after players repeatedly knocked on his door asking to enter his backyard to catch virtual creatures in the popular Pokémon Go game.

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Jeffrey Marder in New Jersey has filed a lawsuit filed Friday in federal court in California, which seeks class action status for those who have had Pokéstops and gyms placed on their property.

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According to the lawsuit, the game developers have demonstrated a “flagrant disregard for the foreseeable consequences of populating the real world with virtual Pokemon without seeking the permission of property owners.”

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