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23 Oct, 2022
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The International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL) unveiled the Metaverse, specifically designed for law enforcement agencies around the world, at the 90th General Assembly session in New Delhi.

INTERPOL Metaverse allows registered users to view a virtual facsimile of the INTERPOL General Secretariat headquarters in Lyon, France, interact with other officers through their avatars, conduct forensic investigation courses and participate in police-related activities.

INTERPOL developed the metaverse due to the increasing use of this technology by perpetrators to commit crimes.

As the number of Metaverse users grows and the technology further develops, the list of possible crimes will only expand to potentially include crimes against children, data theft, money laundering, financial fraud, counterfeiting, ransomware, phishing, and sexual assault and harassment,

INTERPOL states.

Users will be able to enter the metaverse using a VR headset and the connection itself is made via INTERPOL's secure cloud.

INTERPOL also announced the creation of a metaverse expert group to represent the interests of law enforcement agencies on the global stage, ensuring the security of this new virtual world.

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