Second Life Revolt

Second Life Revolt
technology

Second Life users are staging a virtual revolt against a new program called CopyBot, which allows people to copy any object in Second Life. The program is not only disrupting...

Jeff Squires
  • 16 november 2006


Second Life users are staging a virtual revolt against a new program called CopyBot, which allows people to copy any object in Second Life.  The program is not only disrupting the personalized creativity in-world, but also the real world economy.

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