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Pokemon Go developers sued by the Netherlands

Thought Pokemon Go was dying? It's not, at least in the Netherlands apparently. A bunch of people have been collecting on protected dunes near the Kijkduin beaches. Niantic responded to requests to remove support from areas such as the Berlin Holocaust and Hiroshima atomic bomb museums, but have given the Netherlands the cold shoulder, The Guardian reports. So what do you do when a company that has caused damage doesn't respond? You take its ass to court.
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