Qwhat does it mean to be “owner” in the metaverse? Will consumer protection rules apply there as in the physical world? Will it be possible to claim a “private life” there? This virtual world is already upsetting legal benchmarks. Lawyers are on the warpath to limit the risks, waiting for the law to come to regulate it. Claire Poirson, lawyer specialized in the field of new technologies, head of the NFT, blockchain, metavers division at Bersay law firm, explains the stakes.
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