South Korea’s official media regulation company met with Andy O’Connell, vice chairman of product coverage and technique of Meta Platforms, Inc. on Monday to debate methods to spice up consumer safety on the metaverse.
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- Ahn Hyoung-hwan, the vice chairman of Korea Communications Fee (KCC), requested O’Connell and Meta (previously generally known as Fb Inc.) to cooperate on security in nascent digital platforms such because the metaverse, in keeping with native media experiences.
- Ahn and O’Connell additionally mentioned transparency in algorithms behind digital platforms and stopping the circulation of unlawful info.
- Meta operates Horizon Worlds, a metaverse platform supported by digital actuality (VR) expertise, out there for customers in North America and components of Europe.
- There have been experiences of customers experiencing sexual assault on Horizon Worlds, which has prompted Meta to undertake a private boundary system which units a four-foot distance between a consumer’s avatar and others apart from designated buddies.
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