A month after pressing Oculus to address privacy concerns about its virtual reality system, the Oculus Rift, U.S. Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) released the company’s response today. You can read a copy of the response letter here.

As top Democrat on the Privacy Subcommittee, Sen. Franken called the response detailed, and said that going forward, he plans to continue working with Oculus to ensure that users know how their very sensitive data is being collected, used, and shared.