The JVWR, Volume 6, No. 3
Published: September 18, 2013
The editorial team for this issue includes:
Melissa de Zwart, University of Adelaide, Australia
Dan Hunter, QUT Law School,
The articles in this issue “Legal and Governance Challenges” reflect a range of voices in virtual world scholarship and we hope that they inspire, provoke and facilitate a range of responses. In this way we can further the work begun a decade ago by a handful of brave (and reckless) scholars, who can now proudly label their work as “scholarship of virtual worlds”. We look forward to continuing the conversation in-world, online and even face to face.
Original Call: CFP: Law and Virtual Worlds
Managing Editor Corner
What Should Atomic and BITonic Learn from Each Other?
Issue Editors’ Corner
Melissa de Zwart, Dan Hunter, Greg Lastowka
Peer Reviewed Research Papers
Authorship in Virtual Worlds: Author’s Death to Rights Revival?
Sergio Roncallo-Dow, Enrique Uribe-Jongbloed, Kim Barker, Tobias M Scholz
Evaluating Consent and Legitimacy Amongst Shifting Community Norms: an EVE Online Case Study
Nicolas Suzor, Darryl Woodford
William Sims Bainbridge
Blazing Trails: A New Way Forward for Virtual Currencies and Money Laundering
Michael P. Bombace
Dutch Supreme Court 2012: Virtual theft ruling a one-off or first in a series?
Arno R. Lodder
Magic Modders: Alter Art, Ambiguity, and the Ethics of Prosumption