The recent release of the Oculus Rift has raised a few privacy concerns.It’s not cos they’re spying on you, but rather using it for “marketing purposes.
Leaked extracts from an imminent assessment of the EU-US Privacy Shield replacement for Safe Harbour suggests that a key group of EU data protection authorities will not support it in its present form.Although that rejection would be a major blow for the European Commission, approval by the Article 29 group is not required to implement the Privacy Shield framework.
As the Rift can record the users' views, movement, and actions, it would very easy to gather data from users -- even without their knowledge.In Franken's letter to the state, he said:
Senator Al Franken is a consumer advocate.
French developer Accidental Queens has announced the release of A Normal Lost Phone on Android, iOS, and Steam today.As anyone who has lost a phone knows, some of our most personal and private information is stored on there -- and losing it or having it stolen can wreak untold havoc with your life.