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Pokémon GO Update Shuts Down More Tracking Services, but Does That Hurt Cheaters or Everyone Else?

Niantic's embattled Pokémon GO is still seeing new features roll out on a regular basis, but an improved Pokémon tracking mechanism is still missing, with no sign of its eventual return. Now, a new update has adjusted things to cut off third party tracking services once again as the weather turns cold, and the maker of one of those services has some harsh words for the game's developers.
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