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Pokemon Go Settlement

Niantic, maker of "Pokemon Go," informed the court that it had reached a settlement with a class of property owners who sued the company for planting virtual Pokemon characters on their land, prompting players to trespass to catch them.

SAN FRANCISCO -- Niantic, maker of "Pokemon Go," informed the court Thursday that it had reached a settlement with a class of property owners who sued the company for planting virtual Pokemon characters on their land, prompting players to trespass to catch them.

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