Pokémon GO Holding AR Photo Contest

Pokemon Snap in real life

Pokemon Snap in real life

According to CNN's source, the Don't Shoot Us page was one of 470 Facebook accounts taken down once Facebook discovered it was connected to the Russian Internet Research Agency (IRA) - a group of trolls who run influence operations on behalf of the Kremlin.

Even Pokemon Go, the mega-popular smartphone game that became a phenomenon past year, was reportedly the target of Russian agents trying to meddle with the 2016 USA election, according to a report Thursday by CNN. It encouraged users to find Pokemon in places where police brutality had happened and then to rename their Pokemon after the victims.

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Don't Shoot Us also had accounts on Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr and YouTube - the latter of which had some 200 videos of footage showing alleged police brutality.

It isn't clear if anyone actually entered the contest, or if any of the promised prizes were awarded, according to CNN. But one surprise tool was Pokemon Go.

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"It's clear from the images shared with us by CNN that our game assets were appropriated and misused in promotions by third parties without our permission", Niantic, the company behind the game, said in a statement to CNN.

Pokémon GO, the popular augmented reality mobile game, recently announced a contest that requires participants to take pictures using the game's augmented reality filter. You never know, you can end up being that lucky victor.

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