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    408 comments  ·  Oculus Quest 2 and Quest » General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    I was ready to purchase this on the spot until I found out about the facebook mandatory requirements. I do not want the people associated with my vr gaming to associate me with my political views nor would I want them associated with my likes and dislikes. Now, if facebook would allow me to have multiple accounts where I am not required to give my DNA to open any account, I would have less of a problem. The only info I don't mind giving is my credit card number and the required info to make purchases.

    As for having someone search a profile and discover that I hold political view X while I play game Y and I happen to like TV show Z.... this is enough to get some people shot in some countries or just lose a job in the most liberated countries on planet Earth.

    Secondly, I plan on allowing family members to use the device, and I certainly don't want to have people wonder why I play something with rainbow unicorns and ****** shooting on alien worlds while I discuss the finer points of US foreign policy as they know I enjoy documentaries on pelicans and penguins.

    Lastly, if it takes years for my friends to learn all my little details, I certainly won't let a corporate entity learn my trivia in mere minutes. Imagine when hackers eventually succeed, if they haven't already done so, and they get a complete picture.

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