"With the adoption of the 3D Internet comes new legal issues—and we’re just beginning to see what they are. For instance, do items of virtual 'property' constitute legally recognizable property, with rights and obligations that go along with property law? What happens when conduct in games or virtual worlds infringe—or at least appear to infringe—intellectual property rights? What governments or sets of courts have jurisdiction over behavior in 3D Internet applications? All of these legal questions, and many more still await definitive answers. In the meantime, we have only limited legal precedents, statutory law, and regulations to guide companies hosting 3D applications, businesses establishing presences in virtual worlds, and users. The hosting companies have created their own private law by way of contract through their online 'terms of service,' which they hope will be enforced in court. Public and private law, however, still leave many gaps, and many legal questions remain unanswered. This blog will address the legal issues involved in virtual worlds and massively multiplayer online games and answer some of those unanswered questions."
The blogger is wearing an orange prison jumpsuit for the 40 days of Lent, "minus Sundays because they are “little Easters.'" He is writing here about his experience during his short season "in orange."
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"Publicizing and discussing free Continuing Legal Education."
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Links to the author's interviews with "people that have a vested interest in the legal system, profession and society" that he has written for MileHive.
"Focuses on oral arguments of patent appeals at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, as well as other patent-related topics. The judges often express their thoughts candidly during oral argument and the blog gives practitioners a unique insight into the thoughts of the various judges."
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"Ideas, inspiration and legal resources for startups, entrepreneurs."
"@LawBlarg is an experimental form of legal writing, attempting to find a middle ground between traditional legal writing (law journals) and modern legal writing (blawgs). @LawBlarg provides short, research-intensive articles specifically designed for an online readership."
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Discussion of copyright law and policy issues focused on developing optimum copyright law.
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A consumer law blog meant for "general observations, passing along of rumors, news, and commentary, not advice."
Issues that affect residents in Nassau County and/or Long Island.
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"Information resources and news of interest to the students, faculty, and friends of the University of Georgia Law community."
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