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At Facebook's big Oculus event, founder Palmer Luckey was a no-show amid controversy (FB)

The baby-faced 24-year-old who founded Oculus VR, the virtual reality company that Facebook bought for $2 billion two years ago, was nowhere to be seen at his company's biggest annual event. Palmer Luckey disappeared from social media after a Daily Beast report outed his financial support of an alt-right political group named Nimble America. That was on September 22 — he posted an apology letter to his Facebook account on September 23, but has otherwise not said a peep.
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