vendredi 5 octobre 2007

"Terrorism" on Second Life ?

At the end of 2006, a libertarian group appeared on Second Life. The “Second Life Liberation Army” (SLLA) criticised Linden Lab’s authoritarianism and is demanding the introduction of an avatar/voice system on Second Life. SLLA mainly makes a name for itself by “bombarding” virtually the Reebok and American Apparel stores. The media is in a rush to announce the onset of “virtual terrorism”, although SLLA’s bombs, which are inoffensive for “residents” and buildings only cause disturbance. A video of the attack on Reebok is shown below.

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