Sunday, January 26, 2020

Developer of famous game “Pokemon Go” decides to sue game thieves

Featured

Corona virus can trigger next pandemic, after swine flu

World Health Organization (WHO) reported at least two new outbreaks with Corona virus that could have serious consequences for...

Trump at Davos: The American economy is in the midst of biggest boom

US President Donald Trump gave a brilliant picture of the state of the US economy and its presidency in...

Hong Kong: Police brutality peaks with baton charge, pepper spray and rubber bullets

Tens of Thousands of people demonstrated in Hong Kong against Chinese human rights abuses. However, 90 minutes after the...
Zubair Yaqoob
Zubair Yaqoob
The author has diversified experience in investigative journalism. He is Chief content editor at wnobserver.com He can be reached at: [email protected]

The popular game “Pokemon Go”, launched in 2016, has been protected, but Nintatic, the developer of the game, recently discovered that some players stole the game and developed sophisticated tools such as automatic hides are rare monsters, in addition to deceived their GPS location.

In response, Niantic decided to sue Global ++, a hacker association that designs and distributes derivative versions of its applications such as “Pokemon Go” and “Ingress” and adds a ++ code to them in violation of the intellectual property rights of Niantic.

Niantic said in the lawsuit that another company is stealing its applications and games, which is keeping users away from Niantic games, that hurts the company’s reputation.

Niantic seeks to issue an injunction against Global ++ and its members to stop the distribution of its stolen applications and to compensate the original company for the physical damage suffered as a result of the exploitation of its applications.

Read also: Epic games announces ban of 1200 accounts on fraud

Zubair Yaqoob
Zubair Yaqoob
The author has diversified experience in investigative journalism. He is Chief content editor at wnobserver.com He can be reached at: [email protected]

Latest News

Canada denies having confirmed cases of coronavirus among its citizens

Canadian public health officials said Thursday that there are no confirmed cases in Canada of infection with the new...

US states filed suit against White House to allow 3D printing of weapons

Twenty US States have taken legal action against White House to block the country's latest attempt to authorize plans to make 3D printing of...

Coronavirus: Death toll in China has risen to 25

The death toll from coronavirus outbreaks has risen to 25, with the number increasing to 830 cases. The National Health Commission said authorities were also...

Did Prince Charles “snub” Mike Pence? Buckingham refutes any diplomatic incident

Prince Charles did not snub US Vice President Mike Pence in Jerusalem on Thursday at the ceremony marking the 75th anniversary of the liberation of...

Corona virus threatens fuel demand, pushes oil down 2 percent

Oil prices fell two percent Thursday, due to concerns that the spread of a virus that appeared in China may reduce demand for fuel...

Related News