Re: VR meetings with an EULA and TOS
"This just underscores that no one at Facebook actually does anything productive, so they don't have any concept of what it takes for a meeting to be of value."
Their watchword is "sharing" when the watchword for corporates is "violate that NDA and you're toast, buddy boy". The first time a meeting is hijacked or bugged, the tech will only appeal to people that have "nothing to hide". I'm meaning besides FB who will keeping copies of the meetings to "share" with their "partners" and also have available in case of a subpoena from just about anybody that doesn't already have a pipeline into the backdoor.
I would never want to discuss important company business via any network operated by an entity that is already known for doing dodgy things when it comes to privacy. VR doesn't add anything to the mix that makes that risk any more palatable.