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Can you legally own things in the metaverse? Here's what a law professor says

Many NFT and metaverse platforms have the right to terminate a person’s ability to access these assets if they breach terms of service. Image: Unsplash/PiggyBank

João Marinotti

Associate Professor of Law, Indiana University

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