The Daily Beast reports here that as the world is consumed with the new 'Pokémon Go' video game, the vultures are circling over your data.

In order to play the 'free' game, you hand over a bounty of personal information about your location, your IP address, the last website you visited and SO much more. A Google spin-off company, Niantic, has been newly created to collect all the info about you that it can get hold of. And word is that Niantic has just as quickly become a ripe target for the bad guys, giving access to your date of birth, location, contacts, SD card info and your camera.

Just all that.