Attorney at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, LLP. Author, Virtual Law - Navigating the Legal Landscape of Virtual Worlds (Spring, 2008). Editor of VirtuallyBlind.com. Co-chair, ABA Committee on Virtual Worlds and Multiuser Online Games of the Section of Science & Technology Law.
I'll be looking forward to your posts, Mr. Duranske. I've joined the Law in Virtual Worlds group so I can keep up on the points you, Dave, and future members make, though I amdit I will probably spend more time asking questions than offering up any advice of my own.
Hi there. Sent a member your way: Regiane Angeluci, who is writing a masters thesis on virtual worlds and the law. I highly recommended that she read virtuallyblind everyday and contact you for any additional information. Hope all's well.
I am happy to see you here and very much hope to make your acquaintance. I am an avid reader of your virtuallyblind publication as well as everything else that I find published elsewhere on the web quoting your intellectual property law opinions or observations.
I am intrigued by your involvement in the SL World and the insights that you share from your experience as Benjamin Noble.
I am a content creator for the 3D chat site IMVU. IMVU is more so a social networking 3D chat environment than an actual world, but the similarities are multiple and intellectual property law issues are much the same.
I also formed the organization Content Creators Business Interests Development (CC BID) Group as an advocacy voice with IMVU representatives on matters effecting the business operations of independent contractor content creators.
I look forward to sharing what I have no doubt will be your invaluable contributions to this organization. Take care and God Bless.
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