Hollywood director Oliver Stone called the smart phone game Pokemon GO as a “new level of invasion” that could lead to totalitarianism.
In a panel for his new movie “Snowden” on the first day of the San Diego Comic-Con 2016 on Thursday (July 21 2016), Stone said the application was part of the culture “of capitalism surveillance” bigger.
“This is the fastest growing business, and they invested huge sums in the surveillance, which is a data mining,” said Stone.
“They mine the data each user a platform to obtain information what you buy, what you like and especially your behavior.”
Augmented Reality Gamebebasis the site became a sensation not long after its release this month despite criticism for requesting the search history and e-mail users.
The game was also blamed for triggering a crime, violation of traffic rules and other complaints in cities around the world.
Stone (69), which has three times for an Oscar, said Pokemon GO popularizing culture supervise and there everywhere.
“This is what some people call capitalism surveillance. This new level,” he was quoted as saying by AFP news agency.
“You will see a new form, community robot, where they will learn how you will apply and they will create mockups that suits your behavior and mencekokimu. It’s what they call totalitarianism.”
“Snowden,” starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, tells the story of Edward Snowden, who leaked secret US government surveillance in 2013 before seeking asylum in Russia, will hit theaters on September 16.