Virtual Reality (VR) is undoubtedly one of the most sought after technology of the present times. Everybody is trying to make their presence felt in the sphere. And one of the prime use cases of VR is shared spaces. It opens up possibility of having shared earning space, meeting space and even training space in real-time and in an interactive way. However often these kind of experiences are mired with privacy concerns, who is hosting the space, the data retained and who is observing the behaviors. On top the data retention implications.