Oculus is complying with the EU's new data protection rules with more detailed policies and a "privacy center" where users can check the data Oculus has collected about them. The Facebook-owned virtual reality company announced the news today, but its updates will take a little longer. "My Privacy Center" will launch on May 20th, and the new terms of service will be published on April 20th, but take effect on May 20th. Oculus will also expand its terms of service to cover augmented reality — a field that Facebook has openly explored, but that Oculus hasn't so far. Many... [Read More]
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