The whole world is going crazy over the "Pokémon Go" game. As your wandering around Acadiana collecting Pikachus and Jigglypuffs, Nintendo is collecting your information.

Niantic, Inc. the company that developed the game is collecting information about everyone who is playing the game. "Pokémon Go" can figure out a lot of things about you based on your movement as you play the game, where you go, how long you were there, who else was there and more using the GPS in your smartphone.

According to the Pokémon Go privacy policy, Niantic may collect — among other things — your email address, IP address, the web page you were using before logging into Pokémon Go, your username, and your location. And if you use your Google account for sign-in and use an iOS device, unless you specifically revoke it, Niantic has access to your entire Google account. That means Niantic could have read and write access to your email, Google Drive docs, and more.

Having this sort of information could lead to all sorts of problems should the Niantic severs were to ever be hacked.

So, double and triple check your privacy settings!