"Oculus only distributes developer content that meets their terms of service, which forbid pornographic content from being a part of the Oculus Store," a spokesperson for Oculus said.
The Facebook-owned company is scheduled to start selling the headset in early 2016.
On "Varney & Co." today, tech expert Christina Warren revealed that there is a loophole around this policy.
She explained that the porn prohibition only applies to apps available through the official Oculus Store, and there will almost certainly be unofficial app stores where users can download whatever they want.
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