Second Life CEO Speaks To House About In-Game Terrorists - 1.0 out of 5 based on 1 vote
A February report was released from director of national intelligence. It called for an investigation into virtual worlds such as Second Life, as well as MMO experiences played out by gamers.
The idea behind the investigation was to see if, in these social environments, any type of terrorist activity took place.
He told the House during his talk, in regards to terrorism, that “we have never seen any evidence that there is any such activity going on in Second Life.”
He stated that the players, as well as the money in Second Life are controlled. They have the ability to police everything in a far more effective manner than that of which in the real world.
So it seems that terrorists have not learned to play Second Life just yet.
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