Oculus Quest 2

Ostrzeżenie: *Prywatność dla tego produktu do nabycia osobno

Oculus Quest 2

Facebook
Wi-Fi

Data recenzji: 8 listopada 2021

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Według użytkowników: Ogromnie przerażające

Facebook's Oculus Quest 2 VR headset lets you play games inside the game or, as Mark Zuckerberg hopes you'll call it, the Metaverse. Immerse yourself in virtual reality as you climb tall mountains, battle bad guys, or have a lightsaber fight with Lord Vader. Just be careful to not get too carried away and break your walls or your neck. Be warned, Facebook still 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.

Co się może stać, jeśli coś pójdzie nie tak?

Facebook—the maker of the Oculus Quest 2—has a long history of betraying users' privacy and trust. They've faced record fines around the world for this and have been caught hiding data leaks from their users. Just as recently as April 2021, it was reported the personal information of more than 500 million Facebook users was shared online in a massive data leak. Couple that with recent Facebook whistleblower testimony to the US Congress that outlined the harms Facebook causes and the dishonest way they approach dealing with these harms and Facebook appears to be one of most immoral companies we review in *Privacy Not Included.

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. To use the device, you're still required to have a Facebook account (unless you shell out an additional $500 for a business version), which is another flag for us as Facebook collects and shares a large amount of user data and doesn’t always secure that data properly. 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? From Cambridge Analytica to where we are today, the answer to that question is a resounding NO. We're afraid this device comes with *privacy not included.

Wskazówki, jak się chronić

  • Connect your Oculus to the secure WiFi network
  • Set up an unlock pattern and secure your Quest 2 or Quest with an extra layer of security that you can use to prevent others from accessing your device or saved passwords.
  • Minimize the amount of data shared with your Facebook account
  • Set up your Facebook account's privacy settings
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Czy może mnie podsłuchiwać? informacje

Aparat

Urządzenie: Tak

Aplikacja: Nie

Mikrofon

Urządzenie: Tak

Aplikacja: Nie

Śledzi położenie

Urządzenie: Tak

Aplikacja: Tak

Czego można użyć do rejestracji?

Facebook account is required

Jakie dane zbiera ta firma?

Jak ta firma wykorzystuje te dane?

Facebook's Oculus receives information about you from third parties, including third-party apps, developers, other online content providers, and marketing partners that provide information.

Oculus shares information with related companies, including the Facebook Companies. Facebook shares data with numerous third parties such as partners who use their analytics services, advertisers, measurement partners, partners offering goods and services in Facebook products, vendors and service providers, researchers and academics, law enforcement, and legal requests.

Jak możesz kontrolować swoje dane?

Facebook's Oculus stores Oculus data that identifies you until it is no longer necessary to provide Oculus Products or your Oculus account is deleted, whichever comes first, unless retention of the data for a longer period is justified in order to comply with law or recordkeeping obligations, to respond to a legal request, prevent harm, or to improve Oculus safety, integrity and security features.

When you delete your account, Oculus deletes things you have posted and information about apps and entitlements you have downloaded, and you will not be able to recover that information later. Information that others have shared about you is not part of your account and will not be deleted when you delete your account. To delete your account at any time, or to learn more about deleting your account, please visit the Privacy Center.

Jaka jest znana historia tej firmy w zakresie ochrony danych użytkowników?

Zła

In April 2021, it was reported that there was a personal data leak of about 533 million Facebook users from 106 countries, including over 32 million records on users in the US, 11 million on users in the UK, and 6 million on users in India. It includes their phone numbers, Facebook IDs, full names, locations, birth dates, bios, and, in some cases, email addresses.

In August 2019, Bloomberg reported that Facebook hired contractors to transcribe audio messages users sent through Messenger and Facebook confirmed the report.

Czy ten produkt może być używany bez połączenia z siecią?

Tak

If using an app that works offline.

Przyjazne dla użytkownika informacje o prywatności?

Tak

Detailed Privacy FAQ & settings are provided

Odnośniki do informacji o prywatności

Czy ten produkt spełnia nasze minimalne standardy bezpieczeństwa? informacje

Tak

Szyfrowanie

Tak

Silne hasło

Tak

Aktualizacje zabezpieczeń

Tak

Zajmuje się problemami z bezpieczeństwem

Tak

Zasady ochrony prywatności

Tak

Czy produkt wykorzystuje sztuczną inteligencję? informacje

Tak

Czy tej sztucznej inteligencji nie można ufać?

Nie można ustalić

Jakie decyzje sztuczna inteligencja podejmuje o Tobie lub za Ciebie?

Oculus Insight computes an accurate and real-time position for the headset and controllers every millisecond in order to translate your precise movements into VR

Czy firma jest przejrzysta w kwestii działania sztucznej inteligencji?

Tak

Czy użytkownik ma kontrolę nad funkcjami sztucznej inteligencji?

Tak


Aktualności

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Facebook’s bad week just got worse: It’s being investigated in Germany for linking usage of its VR product, Oculus, to having a Facebook account.
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The Conversation
VR and its cousin, augmented reality (AR), are perhaps the most data-extractive digital sensors we’re likely to invite into our homes in the next decade.
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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?
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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.
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