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Free ebook: Virtual Justice

Posted on Thursday, April 26th, 2012 in documentation, ebook by the machinegeek


Virtual Justice is a book concerning the laws of online worlds which author Greg Lastowka has made available free online. Virtual Justice is a comprehensive examination of the application of law to the virtual environment. It includes coverage of case precedents, virtual property law, gaming, hacking and copyright.

The 241 page PDF may be downloaded here.

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