Interesting Quantum Reality Experiment Released by MIT Technology Review

Hello, everyone. It's been a while since I've posted anything, but I think if my role means anything at all on this site, it is to provide comprehensive information to debate and pick apart, particularly contemporary articles that keep coming out.

With that being said, I found this interesting tidbit in MIT technology review. As usual, I would love to hear everyone's thoughts on this:
But Proietti and co’s result suggests that objective reality does not exist. In other words, the experiment suggests that one or more of the assumptions—the idea that there is a reality we can agree on, the idea that we have freedom of choice, or the idea of locality—must be wrong.
It has already been established that locality can be violated, for example with quantum entanglement, so it is possible that reality and freedom of choice are safe.
I was thinking about "relative realities" after I read about qbism Relativity has taught that time is not universal as everyday experience would have us believe, maybe everything is relative. Relative reality resolves the problem of wave function collapse as it's nothing more than a particular observer gaining new knowledge. The problem is then "what are observers" and why is the universe non deterministic, because observers include non conscious machines, so either everything is conscious or something else is going on.
Having seen some debates in this area, it seems very subtle changes in language changes interpretation of results. Its fascinating though! Sometimes very restricted word meanings are used do to experimental design. Honestly, I know very little in this area. I am interested in Tom Campbells experiments. I only wish he would communicate more with others with a different pov.