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Archive for December, 2007

Madrid’s Campus de la Justicia is under construction in Second Life, but no one can visit and there has been very little press. The virtual campus is described in a September blog post (Spanish language, via Urbanity) as “a three-dimensional space with all kinds of rooms, buildings, streets and open areas, which offer a virtually [...]

The organizers of the biggest virtual worlds conference series in the U.S. have announced a virtual law conference in New York, April 3-4, 2008. The conference, “Virtual Law 2008,” will run concurrently and in the same location as Virtual Worlds 2008 (which will be focused, this time, on media and entertainment). Virtual Law 2008 will [...]

Blawg Review, a “blog carnival for everyone interested in law,” will be announcing the nominations for its third annual Blawg Review Awards in Second Life. The nominations will be announced at 11:00 AM Pacific (Second Life Time) on Thursday, December 27 in a live ceremony at the offices of the Second Life Bar Association (SLURL) [...]

A Chinese internet troll has filed a lawsuit against a news website for blocking his IP address to prevent him from commenting on its bulletin board. China Daily reports that Wang Haiyang, 60, was blacklisted last year by, a news portal belonging to Dahe Daily News Group in Henan Province, for using abusive language [...]

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