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The IEEE VR 2020 Conference brought together the academic XR community to share their latest research, and to talk about topics that are of interest to the wider immersive technology industry. I participated on a panel discussion on Ethics and Privacy in Mixed Reality where we talked about the landscape of moral dilemmas, and how the work of the academic research community could help to address potential harms that could be done. Diane Hosfelt is the Security and Privacy Lead for the Mixed Reality team at Mozilla, and she moderated a discussion with Dr. Erica Southgate (University of New Castle), Divine Maloney (Ph.D. student in Human Centered Computing at Clemson University), and myself.

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