real justice in virtual space !?
Finally Does virtual crime need real justice? a very smart problem indeed !!!!!! "The police in South Korea - a country as mad about gaming as the UK is about football - report that of the 40,000 or so cybercrimes reported in the first six months of 2003, more than half (22,000) had something to do with online gaming. The problems of online crime are made more serious by the growing numbers of people making a living from trading items from the games. "
I really like this kind of comment : "It might be tricky getting a witness statement from a yeti"
An in-game justice might appear but I am not convinced that governments would care to prosecute thefts of online goods...