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If It’s OK to Fantasize About Someone You Know, Why Not in VR?

Erotic deepfakes are only going to make the question of sexual ethics muddier and more confusing

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InIn a 1990 episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation, a socially anxious crew member named Reginald Barclay manages his fears and insecurities by retreating to the…




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