As of the date of this posting, the Pokémon Go augmented reality game app is one of the most successful mobile games in history. As is the case with most suddenly popular phenomena, there is no shortage of legal concerns surrounding Pokémon Go; issues touching on consumer rights, attractive nuisance and criminal law have been raised in connection with the game on a fairly regular basis since it was first launched.
Legal scholars interested in learning about or researching these topics may find useful general legal research guides on consumer rights from the Library of Congress or HG; a brief introduction to the concept of attractive nuisance is offered by FindLaw for those who have not yet encountered it in the study of property or tort law; and the Harvard Law School Library and NYU Law's LibGuides are excellent places to begin researching criminal law.
As a side note, for any Pokémon Go players who reached this page looking for game information rather than legal information, I regret to inform you that O'Quinn Law Library is not a Pokéstop. Anyone interested in hunting Pokémon elsewhere on the University of Houston campus may find the university's visitor information website a useful resource for getting additional value out of any campus visit.
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