Pokémon Go creator Niantic reached a settlement with a pissed-off homeowner that, assuming a judge approves, wants to resolve the trespassing and nuisance lawsuits that jump up shortly after the game's white-hot 2016 release. Pokémon Go app, whenever 10 or more are catching Pokémon in the same location.
Niantic wants to work with public parks authorities to remind users of a location's hours of operation; maintain a database of complaints; make reasonable efforts to resolve them within 15 days; and grant Pokéstop or Gym removals to homeowners within 40 meters of their properties.
Niantic was sued in August 201
Shortly after the game's launch, mainstream news accounts wandering onto private property and mistaken for intruder – and worse. Some places became rather unfortunate locations for the augmented-reality game, search as Arlington National Cemetery and the National Holocaust Museum in Washington.
Pokémon Go players , A private condo complex in Florida said it came to the property during "peak spawning hours" at night, creating a huge disturbance. The game was placed in a Pokémon Gym at the end of a New York homeowner's driveway, where a large group of people lingered for weeks and often trespassed and wastes their property
Pokémon Go Pokémon Go Pokémon Goes to the Ground.  PokéStops and gyms are created in or removed from certain locations. The proposed settlement enhances the public's means of making those requests and Niantic's responsibility to act on them; the company also claims $ 1,000 each, while the attorneys are requesting $ 8 million in fees and $ 130,000 in expenses.