Firstly, the Pokemon Go app requires an excessive amount of permissions on a user’s device, including the ability to read your contacts, find accounts on your device, and access your camera. The app even requires full access to a user’s Google account, which it can then use to read your emails, send emails from your account, browse your Google Drive documents and photos, etc. But apparently that’s just “a mistake” and will be “corrected soon.”
GUESS WHO’S BEHIND POKEMON GO?
The maker of the app? Niantic Labs. Never heard of them? That’s because until last year they were an internal start-up of none other than Google, the NSA-linked Big Brother company. Even now Google remains one of Niantic’s major backers. Niantic was founded by John Hanke, who also founded Keyhole, Inc., the mapping company which was created with seed money from In-Q-Tel, the CIA’s venture capital arm, and which was eventually rolled into Google Maps.
So yes, the Pokémon game currently taking the internet by storm (and scooping up all their data, including activities, movements and communications) was created by a CIA-linked businessman who gestated his company at Google.
WE ARE BEING POKED BY THE MAN!
Not only are we being poked by the Man, we are bending over and paying for it. As it turns out, the big, bad Big Brother Spies of the NSA and the DHS and the CIA don’t really need their Patriot Act powers, after all. All they need to do is to create a fun, shiny trinket for the “UNTHINKING” people to play with and they will literally pay for their own surveillance, and even help the government to do it.
Welcome to the “Matrix Economy,” where people pay to spy on themselves…and have fun while they do it!
Could the government actually be using Pokemon Go to gather data on the masses and keep an eye on you? The evidence may shock you.
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In this video Luke Rudkowski talks about the conspiracies behind the latest viral trend of the augmented reality app Pokemon Go. We go over all the facts and sources in the video detailing the effects of the app and its larger implications. We talk about privacy concerns and the debate that is taking place right now with information you should consider before downloading pokemon go. Support and invest in us on https://www.patreon.com/WeAreChange so we can expand our operations.