Pokémon GO lawsuit settles in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin

Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, is planning to settle a lawsuit from an augmented-reality game developer that challenged an ordinance requiring companies to get local permits for apps like Pokémon GO to be played in parks. Under the settlement agreement, the county won’t enforce its rule and will pay $83,000 in attorneys’ fees for California-based developer Candy Lab Inc. Milwaukee County passed the first-of-its-kind requirement in February because large crowds of Pokémon GO players left trash all around a park the previous summer. County officials argued that developers should get a permit like anyone else wanting to host an event to help pay for clean-up costs. To read more of this story, click here.

Source: Wkow.com

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