• August 23rd, 2016

In an Aug. 17 joint letter to software developer Niantic’s CEO John Hanke, Feinberg and Hamberger expressed concerns about the safety of certain individuals playing the game, which requires players to walk around environments to capture the virtual “Pokemon” creatures.

The pair said they’ve been contacted by railroad companies about “Pokemon, Pokestops and other virtual objects” being located on or near railroad tracks, stations and rail-yard facilities.