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Oculus put privacy-mocking jokes inside Touch controllers

Oculus put privacy-mocking jokes inside Touch controllers

April 12th, 2019|Tags: , , , |

On Friday April 12, 2019, Engadget wrote:
The "easter eggs" were included "accidentally," but aren't a great look for Facebook.

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