Digital rights groups call for augmented & virtual reality regulations

14/12/2021 | Access Now

In an open letter to governments, businesses and investors, Access Now and the Electronic Frontier Foundation have called for safeguards against data harvesting conducted by augmented and virtual reality. Noting the rapidly evolving extended reality space and insufficiencies of self-regulation, the letter calls for legislation, enforcement, business competition and activism to better protect privacy and human rights.

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