Hey, guys. I don't remember any of the details, but I heard a story about a guy who sold a really strong weapon in some RPG for over $900 US after his friend lent it to him. The guy who owned it tried to sue, but lost because "the law does not protect virtual property." This is just me, but I think it should! The property may not technically exist physically, but the money people make buying and selling "stuff," for example, in Second Life, is very real. If people can make an honest living selling virtual property then I think it should be treated in court cases, etc. in the same way as anything "real" is. What do you think?