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D Interpol says metaverse opens up new world of cybercrime

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Interpol is preparing for the risk that online immersive environments - the " metaverse" - could create new kinds of cybercrime. Interpol's member countries have raised concerns about how to prepare for possible metaverse crime. The metaverse became a tech buzzword in 2021, with companies and investors betting that virtual world environments will grow in popularity.
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D Interpol says metaverse opens up new world of cybercrime

Global police agency Interpol said it was preparing for the risk that online immersive environments - the "metaverse" - could create new kinds of cybercrime and allow existing crime to take place on a larger scale.

3 months ago·United Kingdom
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"Metaverse" Opens Up New World Of Cybercrime At A Large Scale: Interpol

Interpol said the "metaverse" could create new kinds of cybercrime and allow existing crime to take place on a larger scale.

3 months ago·New Delhi, India
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Interpol says metaverse opens up new world of cybercrime

LONDON -- Global police agency Interpol said it was preparing for the risk that online immersive environments - the "metaverse" - could create new kinds of cybercrime and allow existing crime to take place on a larger scale. Read More

3 months ago·Canada
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Interpol says metaverse opens up new world of cybercrime

By Dina Kartit and Elizabeth Howcroft LONDON (Reuters) - Global police agency Interpol said it was preparing for the risk that online immersive environments - the "metaverse" - could create new kinds of cybercrime and

3 months ago·San Diego, United States
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Interpol says metaverse opens up new world of cybercrime

Europol added in a report that terror groups may, in the future, use virtual worlds for propaganda, recruitment and training.

3 months ago·Fargo, United States
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Interpol says metaverse opens up new world of cybercrime

LONDON - Global police agency Interpol said it was preparing for the risk that online immersive environments - the 'metaverse' - could create new kinds of cybercrime and allow existing crime to take place on a larger scale. Interpol's member countries have raised concerns about how to prepare for possible metaverse crime, Madan Oberoi, Interpol's executive director for technology and...

3 months ago·Singapore
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