Weekly Web Harvest for 2019-04-07
- Facebook includes weird messages inside Oculus Touch controllers – Business Insider
Facebook said it accidentally hid bizarre and “inappropriate” messages inside “tens of thousands” of virtual-reality controllers, including “Big Brother is Watching” and “The Masons Were Here.”
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