Posted Wed, Mar 12, 2008 by Aelryn
Soon we'll be having a debate on an avatar's right to privacy.
What rights does, and more importantly should, you and your virtual characters have? Erik Bethke moderates a discussion of this issue at an SXSW panel.
How can the rights of human beings and property be protected in a virtual world? How can they be enforced, and who should bear that cost? These are just a few of the complex issues currently facing online worlds, where virtual lives and goods have real value to users, and at the SXSW conference in Austin, a panel of industry experts gathered to discuss possible solutions.
Read more and join the discussion here.
[Via Worlds in Motion]