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The VR Privacy Summit happened on November 8th, and brought together representatives from the top XR companies, start-up companies, VR experts, medical academics, and legal experts to talk about the potential risks and benefits of having access to biometric data from VR technologies. I talked with co-organizers of High Fidelity’s Philip Rosedale, Stanford’s Jeremy Bailenson, and Independent Researcher Jessica Outlaw at the end of the VR Privacy Summit to capture some of the highlights, takeaways, and next steps for facilitating a broader conversation about the future of privacy using immersive technologies.

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Stay tuned for more information from the organizers from the VR Privacy Summit, but in the mean time be sure to check out my other three interviews from the VR Privacy Summit:

Also, if you’d like to get ramped up on some of the complicated and nuanced issues around privacy with immersive technologies, then check out some of my previous interviews that cover a broad range of issues of featuring legal, medical, and technical experts. There are also a number of convsations with some of the biggest VR companies about privacy in VR:

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