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الموقع يرجح أن لعبة Pokemon Go التي انتشرت مؤخرا هي أداة تجسس للاستخبارات الأميركية.
Pokemon Go, whose technology is so advanced that it may revolutionize future marketing methods, is based on figures from a 1990s card game. It was developed by the San Francisco, California-based Nantic which was founded in 2010 as a Google startup by the person who established the mapping firm Keyhole.
Keyhole, which was set up in 2001, was funded by venture capital firm In-Q-Tel that was controlled by the US National Security Agency and acquired several years later by Google.
The linkage of these companies to each other, to Google and to the American intelligence agency, leaves little doubt about the real purpose of the game and how the vast amounts of collected data may be used – primarily as a quintessential operational spy tool.
Thus, users of the app will be unknowingly engaging in intelligence gathering with the help of photography from every angle of nearly every location on earth in the course of chasing the pokemons that were released as their prey.
At least one of the features of the game was apparently created under the direction of an intelligence service.