>Just one of what I’ve heard are countless issues with Linden Labs turning a blind eye to copyright infringement. Maybe this lawsuit will wake them up to the realities of what has been happening for a very long time in as far as copybots and other software made to copy and steal the very source of the economy of Second Life.
Content creators in Second Life have created a virtual economy that Linden Labs enjoys and profits from. Everything from skins, hair, and eyes, to weapons, homes, and clothing is being copied and stolen by these racketeers. Sadly, complaints to Linden Labs regarding stolen property fall on deaf ears.
It’s time for them to perhaps create a department that deals solely with complaints of theft and copying. It might be the best way to tackle this problem head on, and show the entire Second Life community that something will be done about their complaints.
Posted using ShareThis