"Pokemon Go" has got millions of people across the country wandering around to collect Pikachus and Jigglypuffs.
The new smartphone game uses augmented reality, tapping your phone's camera to superimpose cute, virtual creatures in the real world.
But what if we told you that Niantic, Inc., the company that developed the game collects information from those playing it?
This shouldn't be a shock for those who use location-based apps like Foursquare and Tinder, but according to BuzzFeed, "Pokemon Go's" block-by-block map data may make it one of the most detailed location-based social graphs ever created.
Though "Pokemon Go" is meant for fun, many people have already experienced some scary moments just by playing the game.