Pokémon Go and the politics of digital gaming in public — Discover

“Airbnb owns no properties; Uber owns no cars; Pokémon Go is just some markers on a map. The politics is someone else’s problem.” A critique on Pokémon Go, the nonconsensual use of public and private space, and the flânerie of today’s augmented reality game players.

 

http://www.independent.ie/videos/entertainment/watch-all-hell-breaks-loose-as-rare-pokemon-appears-in-central-park-34890257.html#play

via Pokémon Go and the politics of digital gaming in public — Discover

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