Oasis Consortium unveils user-safety standards for an ‘ethical internet’

Oasis Consortium unveils user-safety standards for an ‘ethical internet’

The Oasis Consortium, a non-profit organization dedicated to making the Internet safer, introduced its online user safety policies today.

Tiffany Xingyu Wang, president of Oasis, created the organization to mobilize thoughtful leaders on all social media platforms, games, and dating to accelerate the development of the ethical internet. The group is focused on existing threats and seeks to set safety precautions on the Internet. This will be even more important as industries transition to Web 3 (a nationally distributed internet) and metaverse, the group said.

The Standards are the first product of the think tank, launched in August to develop and introduce a new digital business sustainability model in the world of Web 3. Consortium members include Riot Games, Pandora, The Meet Group, and others.

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