Share your views on Intellectual Property and Second Life in time-limited survey

Liberty and Justice For All
Liberty and Justice For All – By Vaki Zenovka – used under Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic

Why is Intellectual Property infringement among the most common virtual–world disputes? Is it solely because it’s relatively easier to infringe on someone else’s work online than in the physical world? Does the endless debate about what is “real” and what is virtual complicate our understanding of how laws apply to us in Second Life? Or are we just confused about what our legal rights, responsibilities and remedies are in real life, let alone how they apply to us in a virtual world?

I’m hoping this 5-minute survey I’ve posted on New World Notes helps shed light on how we perceive Intellectual Property in Second Life. I’ve made it available until June 9th at noon SLT, please complete it today so that the results I summarise for you are as representative as possible.

Lastly, please share it with your friends.

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