Iran is the first country in the world to prohibit the game Pokemon Joe

Aug

8

2016

The Iranian government and the Supreme Council of Virtual Space officially banned the application of augmented reality game Pokemon Pokemon Go Joe in Iran, making it the first country in the world to officially block the game depending on the orders of the authorities.

The Iranian government has deliberately withheld the application of the game for security reasons, noting a new report published by the British Broadcasting Corporation that the Supreme Council of Virtual Space claimed the establishment of the state of the game blocked for reasons of “security concerns”, without clarifying these concerns and causes.

The report adds that the reason may be due to the game Pokemon atmosphere to encourage players to be creative and mobility at all hours of the day and night, which may be annoying to many and raises concerns trespassing.

Iran may have resorted to this step in order to stop the impact of the game on dozens if not hundreds of people who gather in the same area for several hours at a time,

The report also refers to the possibility that Iran will do to stop growing the few cases of theft of game players and assault was the walk through the dangerous areas to pick up Albuquemonat.

Iran was seriously intends to ban the game over the past month, but that officials may Tmhluwa to see the possibility of the developer of the game Niantic cooperation with the state regarding potential restrictions.

Iran is the first country in the world bans the game officially, but that the ban this process is not the first process of facing the game, the Department of Corrections in New York proceeded recently to update the list of activities that prevent the parole of sex offenders released to include the download or access or engage in any activity within the Internet for games including Pokemon atmosphere.

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