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Meta Platforms Inc. is urging policymakers to hold off on creating new rules governing the metaverse. 
In a policy paper released Friday, Meta argues that many of the world’s existing laws and regulations will also apply to activity in the metaverse — a catch-all term that refers to an immersive virtual world that doesn’t yet exist in which users could someday work, play games, shop and interact.


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