As much as I'd want to buy one I'd rather not waste my money on a device that can become a brick just because I'm <var1> or I comment about <var2>.
I brick things on my own. I don't need help for that.
Makes me wonder how these things happen and how no one at Oculus turns this feature off when the first case turned up at their offices.
Otherwise it's an expensive paperweight.
What's with the "Good Standing" thing? I've heard people got banned for simply linking their Facebook and Oculus account. Why does Facebook consider this reasonable? Why remove people's ability to play games because they broke the TOS for an entirely different platform? You're not my mom.