New York governor bars sex offenders from playing Pokémon Go
Senate passes bills to make Pokémon a no go near dangerous sex offenders | NY State Senate
Listen Listening State Sen. Jeff Klein on Friday announced legislation that would prohibit certain registered sex offenders from being able to play the popular smartphone game or other similar games. The Bronx Democrat is also proposing to require game manufacturers to take steps to ensure virtual Pokemon creatures don't pop up near the homes of sexual offenders. Klein says the game is "great" for entertaining players, but it could be exploited by sexual predators looking for easy prey.
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N ew York Gov. The directive aims to prevent nearly 3, Level 1, 2 and 3 offenders who are on parole from using the game. According to the DOCCS, parole officers will visit sex offenders and require them to sign acknowledgement of receipt of the new special condition barring them from playing the game. The state has also recommended the new guidelines to county probation officers and shared guidance for implementation. Cuomo has additionally asked Niantic, the company that developed the game, to work with the DOCCS to scrub sex offenders from its app.
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