Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Regulatory issues around virtual worlds by Cory Ondrejka

From his blog:


Monday, March 24, 2008

The Second Life® Brand Center

From Linden Lab blog:

Today we invite you to check out the new Second Life Brand Center. The Brand Center explains how Residents can promote their own brands, products and activities in the Second Life world and use appropriate logos to enhance their message.

With the Brand Center, we’re also launching the inSL Logo Program, which provides a new community logo for Second Life Residents. Display the inSL logo to show you and your brands are a part of the Second Life community. This logo may be used on your website, business card, promotional materials, product packaging, and in many other places where you may wish to promote your contributions to the Second Life world. When using the logo, be sure to follow the Guidelines for Using the inSL Logo.

So we have:

The Second Life® Brand Center

The inSL Logo Program

Guidelines for Using Linden Lab's Trademarks

Hm... better late then never. More about trademarks in-world infringements on Virtually Blind.

The inSL Logo Program looks really interesting. I'm curious how would it works.

Here you can watch some of the branded builds in Second Life


Sunday, March 23, 2008

My Second Life

as far as I know this is one of the famoust SL machimina.


The Dump Man

The Dumb Man from Lainy Voom on Vimeo.

as you see I do like SL machiminas and this above is one of the best I've ever seen. Enjoy ;)


International Justice Center Launch

International Justice Center opened. Video available on SLCN web.

The International Justice Center is a social network -- on the web and in the virtual world of Second Life -– that will enable people from all over the world to learn about the court, engage with ICC officials and advocates, and take action in support of human rights and international justice.

What has intellectual property got to do with justice?


Copybot still alive


Ziggy Quirk's thoughts on content theft in SL


Saturday, March 22, 2008



Sunday, March 16, 2008

Stroker Serpentine / Volkov Catteneo Settlement

More information on Virtually Blind

by the way… Stroker Serpentine Interview:

and one more video


Saturday, March 15, 2008

Three interesting pieces on content theft in Second Life



Hippoi Athanatoi



Sunday, March 9, 2008

Terrorism in Virtual Worlds

and here is one article about it


Saturday, March 1, 2008

Second Life Designers strip for IP Awareness Campaign

Chez Nabob
initiated SL content creator protest.

The hope is that enough awareness and education can take place as a result of the ads that a dialogue can be opened with LL and third-party ventures that will lead to a stronger, more robust system for dealing with the problem of theft.

For more information check commentary by Kit Merederith, who in RL is an attorney specializing in intellectual property.

"All ads reprinted by permission of Chez Nabob".



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