Beauty In The Metaverse: Top Companies Move To Fence Off IP With Eyes On Seminal Court Cases
The world’s biggest cosmetics companies are filing trademark applications to compete and protect their brands in the metaverse, an online mirror of the real world that is still largely imaginary but which Facebook, now Meta Platforms, is committed to building in its next chapter.
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