Copyright Infringement in the Virtual World -- Update

UPDATE:  And since I'm on the subject of updates, in another "virtual world" case, a consent judgment recently was entered in the case of Eros, LLC v. Leatherwood, in which the plaintiff claimed that the defendant violated the Lanham Act and committed copyright infringement within the virtual world Second Life.  A copy of the Consent Judgment can be found here (PDF, 2 pages) and my earlier discussion of the case, including a copy of the plaintiff's complaint, here.
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