A few months ago, oculus VR device users discovered that they were kidnapped by Facebook’s new account policy and had some trouble merging accounts. However, recently, foreign media reported that German federal regulators are investigating the Facebook policy because it may damage market competition in VR and social network fields. It is reported that the new policy requires oculus Quest 2 head display devices to log in through a Facebook account, rather than a separate oculus ID. < p > < p > FCO of Germany points out that Facebook occupies the majority of the social network market share in the country and plays an important role in the emerging VR market. But the company’s strong bundling of virtual reality products with social networks is suspected of abusing market dominance. < / P > < p > regulators will conduct an in-depth investigation into Facebook’s move to determine and to what extent it has affected market competition. However, due to regulatory concerns, the company stopped selling oculus quest products in Germany earlier this year. Even so, Facebook will actively cooperate with the regulatory investigation and is confident of proving its innocence, a spokesman said in an interview with the verge. The reality, however, is that oculus faces similar scrutiny even in the US market. < p > < p > last week, according to a report by the US Department of justice monopoly investigators were talking to oculus app developers, following a previous allegation that oculus had cloned apps from other small companies to grow itself. < / P > < p > in addition, although oculus Quest 2 is selling well, Facebook has restricted access to the official app store by third-party developers. < / P > < p > and Facebook has acquired a number of popular VR games and applications, including horizon, a virtual social space application that can compete with small independent developers such as rec room and vrchat. < / P > < p > the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and 48 state and territory attorneys general yesterday filed a lawsuit against Facebook’s monopoly. Although the company’s VR actions were not covered, the Commission also mentioned a separate pending button. < / P > < p > it is understood that in 2019, Facebook merged user data from different sources without user permission, and the Committee asked the company to stop such behavior immediately. However, Facebook made a request for a hearing to postpone the matter until March 2021 before considering how to resolve it. Google said the proposed media negotiation rules would put its free services in Australia at “risk”