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Netherlands taking Niantic to court due to beach issues caused by Pokemon GO

Authorities in the Netherlands are taking Niantic Labs, developers of the smash hit mobile game Pokémon Go, to court after it failed to stop hordes of players flocking to protected beaches. Since the game was launched in the Netherlands, thousands of Pokémon hunters have crowded the vast, windswept beaches of Kijkduin, south of the Hague, where hundreds of the game’s most popular monsters spawn daily.
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