The climate crisis that we have been experiencing and its concomitant disasters painfully remind us that we, as human beings, have to reconsider our relations with the nature. Technology has a profound impact on our entire lives and the ways we relate. As individuals, our way of communicating, our disposal on our personality traits, and our work relations have been changing rapidly. A parallel universe (metaverse), so to speak, is created with technology, and the relations within this universe take shape accordingly. These days when we draw on the opportunities presented by technology with admiration without knowing its long-lasting outcomes, the issue of how our individual rights and freedoms will be secured confronts us as a substantial problem. The gap between the increasingly technical normative order and the difficulties in its implementation and our expectations from law as individuals and society points to a period during which we need to reflect on law very carefully.