How have virtual goods been treated by courts globally?

Posted On November 16, 2012
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The term “virtual goods” does not have a precise definition, but is generally understood to refer to any intangible objects that exist in an online environment, typically in-game items in online computer games

There are questions about whether or not virtual goods can be construed as “property” at law, as this summary by King & Wood Mallesons discusses.

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