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Sony Playstation’s New Terms of Service as a One-Act Radio Drama

I loved this on the Marketplace Tech Report this morning.  Thought I’d share.  It’s all about Sony’s new Terms of Service that seek to further reduce its liability even more now in light of the massive hacking outage they suffered … Continue reading

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A Real “Virtual Currency” Emerges: Could BitCoins Threaten “Real” Currencies?

I’ve talked fairly often on this blog about the trade of virtual goods and virtual currencies in virtual worlds such as Second Life or Facebook.  While novel, neither of these elements are legally what they claim to be.  With respect to virtual … Continue reading

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Korean Curfew Imposed on Juvenile Gamers Uses National ID Number

Curfew on young gamers is designed to help them get more sleep and reduce the rates of internet addiction, but achieving that goal may prove difficult in other countries. Continue reading

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