Only A Game: Crime & Scams In Virtual Worlds

Only A Game: Crime & Scams In Virtual Worlds
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Only A Game: Online Worlds and the Virtual Journalist Who Knew Too Much describes Peter Ludlow spent his time in virtual worlds as an investigative journalist called Urizenus Sklar. His...

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 16 january 2006

Only A Game: Online Worlds and the Virtual Journalist Who Knew Too Much describes Peter Ludlow spent his time in virtual worlds as an investigative journalist called Urizenus Sklar. His stories on
underage cyber-prostitutes, real-life crimes, strong-arm tactics and
scams that had become rife in the popular MMOG "The Sims Online" forced Electronic Arts and Maxis Software to
ban Ludlow from the game." He now reports from Second Life.

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