After the Facebook Fiasco and now it’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg Berg still struggling to regain the trust of the user’s present worldwide, after the data Fiasco, the company has to make itself absolutely prepared for GDPR as well as EU lawmakers, including it’s virtual reality company Oculus.
Oculus has announced that it will be rolling out changes such as and updated terms of service with a code of conduct, a user facing privacy center so as to ensure that virtual reality users get a safe environment. The my privacy center feature in the Oculus will launch next month and will allow users to get a look at all the data about themselves which Oculus has and manage their preferences.
List of Things Forbidden by Oculus Code of Conduct
The Oculus code of conduct prohibits users from promoting content which is sexually explicit as well as access sexually explicit content. It’s also forbids users from making use of racially offensive language, hateful commands, harassing other users, and promoting illegal activities.
Other forbidden aspects include encouragement of celebration of real world violence, impersonation of an Oculus employee, representative, partner or any other real person, content which is directly or indirectly attacking people based on their ethnicity, nationality, sexual orientation, religion, race, gender, sex, and disease, or other disabilities. Oculus is focused on ensuring that people start building their business ads in virtual reality after becoming comfortable with VR.