Pierce Gordon, Ph.D. — conflicts, when you run into them, can be frequently handled through personalization. For example, some people really want or need haptics, while others despise them or it detracts from their experience. So have a field associated with the login with the default behavior being for the majority, where the users can personalize their own experience by turning haptics on, or wanting closed captioning on all the time, or choosing a dyslexia friendly font.

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