The white paper for the Responsible Metaverse Self-Governance Framework was published by the United Arab Emirates in an effort to secure the growth of the metaverse economy, identify challenges, and capture possibilities in this fascinating new area that will have an impact on many significant sectors of the national economy.
This project, which was carried out in partnership with the Dubai Digital Economy Taskforce (DubaiDET), marks an exciting new chapter in how the UAE approaches the market for the fast growing metaverse. This launch’s main objective is to create uniform minimum self-regulation standards and procedures for the usage and management of respirables throughout the metaverse.
The United Arab Emirates, South Korea, Barbados, China, Singapore, and Norway are just a few of the countries whose governments have started to build up their online presence in the metaverse. These initiatives from all across the world demonstrate how much the government stands to gain by integrating the metaverse into public services. However, the UAE has taken a proactive stance in embracing new technology frontiers by introducing the framework for responsible self-governance.
The following are some of the important areas of evolving priorities in metaverse governance: “Online and Transboundary Harm and Crime Prevention,” “Data Protection and Privacy,” “Sovereignty and Cybersecurity,” “Digital Well-Being and Addiction,” “Protection of IP,” “Sustainability,” and “Advertising.”
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