Wisconsin tried to stop Pokemon Go in parks. Was it unconstitutional?
Do you think the creators of Pokemon Go should have to fill out a 10-page application for an event permit, each time you want to play the augmented-reality game in a public park? Neither does a Wisconsin district judge — who just pressed pause on a …
First Amendment suit halts anti-'Pokémon Go' lawEngadget
Access to 'Pokemon Go' Pokestops could be protected by the First AmendmentDigital Trends
AR game restrictions ruled unconstitutional by district judgeGamasutra
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