Sina focuses on the hot concept of “metaverse”. Someone took the opportunity to take advantage of the policy loophole to “cut leeks”? CPPCC members suggested such supervision

Since last year, the concept of “metaverse” has gradually been sought after. As an important emerging industry connecting the physical world and the digital world, some people regard it as an important way to reconstruct human production and life style.

According to tan Jianfeng, a member of the National Committee of the Chinese people’s Political Consultative Conference in Shanghai, who has been deeply involved in the digital field for many years, from top-level design to strategic planning, China has the foundation to develop the digital economy, but at the same time, it is also necessary to prevent individuals from exploiting policy dividend loopholes and cutting investors’ leeks.

“If we want to deepen the development of digital economy, we must integrate with the real economy. We must guard against capital utilization of national development planning and hot spot concept, let people misunderstand the national industrial policy, mislead the implementation of local industrial planning, generate new digital economic regulatory risks, and create new virtual economic bubbles.” Talk bluntly.

The promotion of the concept of “metaverse” has been reflected in national policies. Recently, the central network information office issued the action plan for improving the digital literacy and skills of the whole people, which requires that by 2025, the whole people use digital skills to realize a digital life of wisdom sharing and harmonious governance, strengthen digital security, and greatly improve the level of digital ethics. However, according to tan Jianfeng, although the operators of “metaverse” community still claim that this is a decentralized society, in fact, the rules of governance and trading are controlled and guided by enterprise giants. From the history of Internet development, public opinion governance, transaction supervision, personal privacy protection and even the maintenance of national sovereignty in the network virtual society are severe challenges, At present, it is still exploring and trying to improve.

The possible risks of “metaverse” have attracted people’s attention. Tan Jianfeng found that at present, NFT virtual artworks such as cartoon portraits and electronic oil paintings based on blockchain technology have become popular in “metaverse”, but the supervision is difficult to implement, which may form a new money laundering channel. Tan Jianfeng suggested that for enterprises operating online communities, online games and online transactions with the concept of “metaverse”, relevant departments should supervise in accordance with the national network security law, data security law, personal information protection law and other legal norms, and pay attention to and track the new models and mechanisms generated in the concept of “metaverse”, Study and formulate regulatory laws and norms in advance as needed, such as the filing and registration system and the regulatory system of operation and transaction mode, so as to prevent system risks in advance.

“Objectively speaking, the current ‘metaverse’ theory is greater than practical application, and there is still great uncertainty in related technologies. There is still a long way to reach ‘metaverse’ and the return is still far away.” Tan Jianfeng believes that the overheated investment in “metaverse” in the capital market and the vigorous publicity of social media are easy to mislead or adversely affect the public. We should be more vigilant about “stories” divorced from specific scenes. He suggested that we should avoid using the “metaverse” community to guide social public opinion and the impact of financial and economic models, advocate a rational view of the soaring of metaverse concept stocks, balance market development, social governance and the guidance of basic values, and prevent negative guidance effects.

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