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Posted: Nov 2nd 2007 2:42PM (Unverified) said

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I'm no lawyer either, but this is interesting in that it could set a precedent for future "virtual lawsuits".
I'd really like to see a follow up on this story to see what the decision turns out to be.

Posted: Nov 2nd 2007 3:28PM (Unverified) said

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I suppose Mr. Simon thinks that FBI agents should have created accounts & avatars in SL and tried to serve his avatar with a search order?

In any case, I only have a passing knowledge of SL, but I'm pretty sure that if you don't set an access list to your land, it is considered 'open to the public.'

Posted: Nov 2nd 2007 4:10PM (Unverified) said

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The Second Life units of currency are colloquially known as "Lindens," but they are really Linden dollars (L$). "Lindens" are all those folks who work at Linden Lab, the company behind Second Life.

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