Marcus Carter, University of Sydney and Ben Egliston, Queensland University of Technology Have written a good article on Facebook’s data grab republished, here. The original was published on The Conversation.
Facebook has announced the latest version of its successful standalone virtual reality (VR) headset, the Oculus Quest 2. The new device packs more computing power and a sharper screen than its predecessor, and is also $100 cheaper.
This might be obvious, but there are a few good references in the article. For example,
The way you move your body can be used to identify you, like a fingerprint, so everything you do in VR could be traced back to your individual identity.
Check it out.