Pokémon Go’s Rules “Ripoff” Players From Going to Court

Like any curious consumer law attorneys, we actually read the fine print before installing Pokémon Go on our smart phones over the weekend. The bad news — the game’s terms and conditions include a “ripoff clause.” This means, in the event of a data breach, you can’t take Pokémon Go to court. Instead, all disputes must be decided by a private arbitration firm chosen by the company, where consumers have little opportunity to present evidence or appeal a bad decision.

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