On Wednesday night, Stanford IP professor joined a packed audience at a stage in Second Life where he discussed with SL's founder Philip Linden copyright and democracy issues. Some of...

On Wednesday night, Stanford IP professor joined a packed audience at a stage in Second Life where he discussed with SL's founder Philip Linden copyright and democracy issues. Some of his talk looked at how real-life copyright was unworkable in the speed that Second Life existed and that if enforced, IP controls could dampen creativity within virtual worlds.

(Thanks to Hamlet Linden for the invite. And check the dude in the front row with the PSFK limited edition virtual T shirt! Oh, that's me!)

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