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Schools won't use Meta's VR unless teachers have 'complete visibility and control'

Sky News Monday, 15 April 2024
Virtual reality headsets will not be used in schools under a new Meta scheme unless teachers can monitor what pupils are doing, Sir Nick Clegg has said amid growing concerns about child safety in the metaverse.
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