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Daily Dashboard | VR devices used in schools violate privacy laws Related reading: State senator proposes sanctions over Madison Square Garden facial recognition



An analysis by Common Sense Media identified serious privacy concerns with the seven most popular virtual reality devices used in schools, Government Technology reports. Senior Counsel and Privacy Program Director Girard Kelly said the research and advocacy organization cannot recommend "any device right now for schools and districts that wouldn't potentially be violating state or federal privacy laws." The report states the examined devices display third-party advertising, have unclear privacy policies or note user data could be used for advertising and tracking purposes.
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