Dov Katz, in a fascinating growth and development, at Oculus VR engineering leaders have been arrested nearby Seattle for requesting an underage for harmful sexual purposes. The person who was questioned Worked for the Tukwila Police department, south of Seattle. It is shocking news all around in the circumstances of the technology worlds, where people rarely see much cases like this.
Head of Machine learning and Computer Vision was Arrested For Attempting Commercial Abuse of Minor working at Facebook
Oculus was purchased by Facebook for about $2 billion in 2015. Facebook ius known to be working in headsets and virtual reality. Oculus rifts, one of its product must have the fanatics all around. In an amazing development, Facebook head of machine learning and computer vision Dov Katz has been arrested for attempting commercial abuse to minor in Tukwila. An undercover officer named Sudel was posing a minor in Tukwila to catch the minor sexual predator. Katz becoming the victim of an online ad while he reputedly contacted the officer for sex. Without condom the price was set at $350 and Dov agree to meet the minor in Tukwila Embassy Suites, while arriving, he was preferably welcomed with police officers than 15 year old. Dov said and forced that the meeting was not having the intention to be sexual in nature. His intention was to save the girl and have contacted the police before her.
He`s said to be on bail on January 5th at $125,000, he`s an israeli citizen and played an integral role in the growth of Oculus Rift. neither Oculus nor Facebook have commented on the matter. Hoping to ensnare potential predators officers of Tukwila police department have placed an advertisement. It looks like Dov is becoming the potential victims of the operations being held.
Whether Dov is guilty or not is decided by the court. His situation surely don’t point towards freedom of guilt. Whatever will be the case, we are hoping that justice triumph and facts should show the reality. We will be on search and let you be updated regarding this. The video below states the issue.