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US Law Firm Will Help Citizens Litigate Metaverse Injury Cases

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Morgan and Morgan Law Firm, based in Florida in the US, offers its services to litigate for compensation for injuries sustained in the metaverse.

US Law Firm Will Help Citizens Litigate Metaverse Injury Cases

While it’s hard to see how virtual injuries could be the subject of a lawsuit, real-life injuries sustained while using VR equipment could very well be.

The law firm claims that whether their client is traumatized in the metaverse or in real life, they will support him. They also claim to be the largest personal injury law firm in America.

Morgan and Morgan add that while the metaverse is fun, “the human body still exists in reality while the mind wanders through the virtual environment, and some people have been injured as a result of using the metaverse’s virtual machines.”

Most VR headsets, such as the HTC Vive and Facebook’s Oculus Quest, are designed to completely remove the user from reality with a noise-canceling and vision-limiting headset, resulting in broken bones, concussions, and injuries to users. In addition, a VR user with inhibited senses may not be able to avoid dangerous elements in their environment, which may result in damage to personal belongings or hospitalization.

The law firm claims, that these devices were designed for entertainment. Therefore, when they are used in a work environment and people get injured, it is a good cause for legal action against the companies.

The law firm continues to cite examples of trauma sustained while people are immersed in the metaverses.

In some cases, users have attempted to climb onto an elevated surface in the meta world and have fallen face down because such a surface does not actually exist, leading to expensive hospital bills for those people.

Morgan and Morgan believe that VR equipment manufacturers have not yet developed safety regulations and this can be a good basis for building a line of blame.

The problem is partly due to the ambiguous liability for VR injuries, as there are many factors that can shift responsibility to different parties. For example, if a user misuses their VR headset and gets injured, they will most likely be liable for the damage because their actions were negligent. On the other hand, the manufacturer will be liable for damages if the headset has a defect that resulted in injury, but the user will have to prove that their use did not contribute to the injury.

Lawyers promise that “the client will not pay a single bitcoin if they do not win the virtual case.”

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1.47-inch AMOLED screen, heart rate and SpO2 sensors, up to 14 days of battery life for $30. Fitness bracelets Huawei Band 7 fell in price in China

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The Huawei brand store on the popular Chinese site TMall has reduced the cost of the Huawei Band 7 fitness bracelet, both its regular version and the NFC version.

1.47-inch AMOLED screen, heart rate and SpO2 sensors, up to 14 days of battery life for $30.  Fitness bracelets Huawei Band 7 fell in price in China

The cost of Band 7 has decreased from 269 yuan ($38) to 219 yuan ($30.5), Band 7 NFC previously cost 309 yuan ($43.5), now its cost is 259 yuan ($36.5).

Huawei Band 7, recall, debuted on April 28 this year. The bracelet is 9.99 mm thick and weighs 16 grams. The device is equipped with a 1.47-inch AMOLED screen with a resolution of 368 x 194 pixels, heart rate and SpO2 sensors. The firmware provides 96 training modes, sleep and menstrual cycle monitoring systems. The maximum autonomy is 14 days.

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Firefly Aerospace, a private space company, successfully launched a rocket and put several mini-satellites into orbit.

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Firefly Aerospace a private space company successfully launched a rocket

Firefly Aerospace has successfully launched an Alpha rocket and placed seven research mini-satellites into orbit. Some of them were launched in the interests of NASA, there are also satellites created in Spain and Greece. The launch was made from the base of the US Space Force Wadenberg.

Firefly Aerospace, a private space company, successfully launched a rocket and put several mini-satellites into orbit.

The Alpha rocket is a lightweight rocket, meaning it can launch approximately 1.2 tons of payload. This is the second rocket launch, the first took place in September last year, but the rocket exploded after launch due to the failure of one of the engines. This time everything went smoothly. The mission itself is called Alpha Flight 2: To The Black.

At the same time, the launch was originally planned for the morning of September 30, but the rocket engines turned off almost immediately after they were launched – the automatic abort system worked. The reasons for this were not explained, the company only reported that such behavior was provided for by the security system.

Firefly Aerospace intends to take part of the small satellite launch market. Each launch is valued at $15 million. Thus, the company intends to compete with SpaceX, Rocket Lab, Virgin Orbit and Astra. Firefly Aerospace is a privately held aerospace company headquartered in Austin, Texas.

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Meta* allows Facebook and Instagram users to connect their wallets and exchange NFTs

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Meta allows Facebook and Instagram users to connect their wallets

Meta Corporation has made non-fungible token (NFT) related features available to all US Instagram and Facebook users.

Meta* allows Facebook and Instagram users to connect their wallets and exchange NFTs

The ability to work with NFT on Instagram has been tested since May, but on Thursday this functionality of the service became available to every user in the United States.

Meta* allows Facebook and Instagram users to connect their wallets and exchange NFTs

Users can connect wallets from Coinbase, Dapper Labs, MetaMask, Rainbow and Trust to Instagram. According to the blog post, Instagram users can also post their NFTs to their Facebook accounts.

The corporation also allowed NFT to be shared by all Instagram users from 100 countries who participate in the pilot project.

“Today we are announcing that all Facebook and Instagram users in the US can now connect their wallets and share their digital collectibles,” the Meta said in a post. “In addition, all 100 countries where digital collectibles are available on Instagram can now access this feature.”

The announcement comes after CEO Mark Zuckerberg sold the NFT of his childhood baseball card for $105,000.

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