Oculus Quest 2 VR Headset

Advertencia: *privacidad no incluida con este producto

Oculus Quest 2 VR Headset

Fecha de la reseña 02/11/2020

Facebook's Oculus Quest 2 VR headset lets you place games inside the game. Immerse yourself in virtual reality as you climb tall mountains, battle bad guys, or have a lightsaber fight with Lord Vader. Just be careful not to get too carried away and break your walls or your neck. Be warned, Facebook now requires you to have a Facebook account to use the Oculus Quest 2. And they can and probably will use that account to generate lots more data about you. That's just what Facebook does.

Qué podría pasar si algo falla

Facebook--the maker of the Oculus--has a history of betraying users' privacy and trust. They've faced record fines for this and have been caught hiding privacy breaches from their users. Just as recently as September, 2020, 90 million Facebook user accounts may have been impacted by a security issue where attackers were able to take over these accounts. This is the starting point for bringing a device with both cameras and microphones that will be mapping and collecting a lot of data about you and your home environment. Users also can't use the VR headset without a Facebook account. That is problematic again, because we know Facebook is always tracking you. The question comes down to, does Facebook have your best interests at heart when it collects all the data this device is capable of collecting. In the past--from Cambridge Analytica and beyond--the answer to that question has way too often been, NO. This device comes with *Privacy Not Included.


¿Me puede espiar?



Aplicación: No



Aplicación: No

Hace seguimiento de la ubicación



¿Qué se requiere para registrarse?

Facebook account is required

¿Qué datos recopila?

¿Cómo puedes controlar el uso de tus datos?

You can request that your data be deleted.

¿Qué historial tiene la compañía en cuanto a la protección de los datos de los usuarios?


The Cambridge Analytica data leak (where millions of Facebook users' personal data was harvested without consent by Cambridge Analytica) is old news. Most recently, in September of 2020, 90 million accounts may have been impacted by an security issue where attackers were able to take over user accounts.

¿Se puede usar el producto sin conexión?

This product can be used offline if using an app that does not require an internet connection.

¿La información de privacidad es fácil de entender?

Enlaces a información de privacidad


¿El producto cumple nuestros estándares mínimos de seguridad?


Contraseña fuerte

Actualizaciones de seguridad

Gestionar las vulnerabilidades

Facebook has a Responsible Researchand Disclose Policy and a bug bounty program, which means that anyone who finds a security issue and discloses it responsibly may get paid. https://www.facebook.com/whitehat

Política de privacidad

Oculus has a privacy center where users can fine-tune their privacy settings:

Inteligencia artificial

¿El producto usa la inteligencia artificial?

¿La inteligencia artificial utiliza tus datos personales para tomar decisiones relacionadas contigo?


¿La compañía explica a los usuarios cómo funciona la inteligencia artificial?

AI enables augmented and virtual reality. https://ai.facebook.com/blog/powered-by-ai-oculus-insight/

Información de contacto de la empresa

Número de teléfono


Chat en directo





Facebook VP of VR recommends checking your account is in 'good standing' before buying a Quest 2
Fraser Brown
If you've bought an Oculus headset this month, or are planning to in the future, you can no longer avoid Facebook. Signing up to the social network frequented by your worst relatives is now mandatory if you want to slap one of its headsets onto your face, though existing users can avoid its clammy touch until 2023. For those that do sign up or merge their accounts, it means that if you somehow lose access to that account, you also lose access to your games.
Should You Trust Facebook With Oculus Quest 2 Privacy?
Johnathan Jaehnig
A lot of people are excited about the upcoming Quest 2 VR headset. However, a lot of people are pretty angry about it. It looks like a good headset from a (once) respectable manufacturer. So, why the hard feelings? They have to do with the fact that the headset is being released by Facebook. The company has a chequered past when it comes to user information and their recent forays into extended reality may be a reason for concern.
Everything We Know About Facebook's Massive Security Breach
Louise Matsakis and Issie Lapowsky
Facebook’s privacy problems severely escalated Friday when the social network disclosed that an unprecedented security issue, discovered September 25, impacted almost 50 million user accounts. Unlike the Cambridge Analytica scandal, in which a third-party company erroneously accessed data that a then-legitimate quiz app had siphoned up, this vulnerability allowed attackers to directly take over user accounts.


Productos relacionados