Judge Rules Against Second Life Terms Of Service

A judge has ruled against online world Second Life's TOS, continuing the saga between Linden Labs and a user who sued the company to re-open his suspended account, in which he had invested thousands of real dollars on virtual property - legal commentary within.

According to a statement from earlier this month, written by the plaintiff, Marc Bragg, himself a lawyer, the case began with a virtual land deal Bragg made in April of last year.

After Bragg had, of his own admission, "learned of a way to purchase virtual land significantly below market values," he began investing thousands of real world dollars in virtual property, hoping to resell the land at a profit.

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