‘Pokémon Go’ poses threat to national security: TNI
Margareth S. Aritonang, Haeril Halim, Arya Dipa and Suherdjoko
The Jakarta Post
Going gaga: People play Pokémon Go in Jakarta on Monday. The game has sparked a frenzy among Indonesians despite the application not being officially available in Indonesia. (JP/Donny Fernando)While people indulge in the joy of chasing Pokémon monsters, authorities have restricted the hunt amid security concerns.
The Indonesian Military (TNI) headquarters in Jakarta has banned its member...
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