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Over the summer Pokemon Go became one of the most successful mobile games of all time. You may have seen some of the alarming stories that the game required full Google account access, potentially allowing them to see and modify everything in your account. It seems the problem was overblown and that Niantic was using an old version of Google’s shared sign-on service. They had never accessed more than your name and email address.
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