A man has sued Ninantic for encouraging players to trespass on his private property. This is the first lawsuit against the Pokemon Go maker.
Jeffrey Marder is the man who brought forward the class action lawsuit. He claimed that at least five players had knocked on his door and asked to catch Pokemon in his garden.
"Defendants have shown a flagrant disregard for the forseeable consequences of populating the real world with virtual Pokémon without seeking the permission of property owners," the lawsuit alleges.
Read more about the lawsuite at: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2016/08/03/pokemon-go-makers-sued-for-encouraging-trespassing/