Thursday 8:00 PM EST
The Second Life Terms of Service provisions concerning seizure of assets are widely unknown to SL residents which could lead to inadvertant violation and seizure of assets.
While Linden Labs needs to protect their interests and limit their liability, the residents of second life should be afforded aome protections as well. Within the TOS, a balance should be attainable which would allow LL the protections it requires as well as allow the residents a minimum level of protection for their work.
Residents of Second life who have virtual assets and may be unaware of the rules concerning asset seizure and what actions could inadvertantly result in loss of assets.
Specifically, we wish to inform SL residents of the fact that the protections that exist in RL concerning property do not extend to SL and to ultimately pursuade LL to provide some minimal prtections to the residents.
Real Project Interests
Chinadoll LuLu, a second life resident that has had property seized by LL
Other SL residents who have had propery seized
Project Action Plan
Interview Chinadoll LuLu regarding her asset seizure experience and use her story to relate to other residents.
Draw from the Berger case if we feel it is applicable. (We need to discuss)
Create a note card and a podcast for our kiosk object in SL and finalize how the kiosk will be used.
Sojeff62 22:17, 26 November 2006 (EST)