Legal Scholarship
 

Abstract

Over the past several years scholars have wrestled with how property rights in items created in virtual worlds should be conceptualized. Regardless of how the property is conceptualized and what property theory best fits, most agree the law ought to recognize virtual property as property and vest someone with those rights.

Publication Date

1-1-2008

Journal Title

Tennessee Law Review

Document Type

Article

Additional Information

This article was first published at 76 Tenn. L. Rev. 33 (2008) and appears here by permission of the author and the Tennessee Law Review Association, Inc.

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