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Amaretto vs Ozimals The legal battle between Second Life merchants Amaretto Ranch Breedables and Ozimals continues. To date, the case has been moving through the preliminary stages, and it is far too soon to go about picking a winner.

U.S. District Judge Charles Breyer has ruled that the injunction against the taking down of Amaretto’s content can remain in force, but has struck two claims from Amaretto’s complaint against Ozimals.

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Justice and Divine Vengeance Pursuing Crime (1808) The word ‘criminal’ gets used a whole heck of a lot. In its strictest and most correct terms in these modern days, a criminal is someone who has both violated the criminal code in their jurisdiction, and been duly convicted.

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The electronic mailbag continues to be stuffed to overflowing, but I figured I would respond to this particular one in a post of its own, since Copyright – while it is ubiquitous, touching almost every point of our lives – continues to be poorly understood.

I’m trying to create a small store to sell sculpted Jewellery in Second Life.. but I’m worried about content theft as anyone… and so, I noticed a post from yours on the internet called “Property, Second Life, backups and you” explaining some basic topics about this, .. and I become very interested in the matter, now my straight question… Do you know how can I copyright my sculpties? I have noticed several businesses saying their creations have some sort of “copyright”, I want to copyright several sculpties of my own creation, sculpties that I can use as components to create several products, please I need advice in this matter ^^ Thank you very much.

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I don’t have access to all of the documents filed… yet, but I’ll update you on what I know so far.

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