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  1. **The information contained here should not be misinterpreted as legal advice.**

    Hello, Content Creators of Second Life!

    It has been a while since we have had any new DMCA reporting news, but we are pleased to announce that reporting has never been easier. 

    We hope everyone’s aware of the Intellectual Property Online Webform, which has replaced the prior submission method by fax.  If needed, you can still send us snail mail.  

    Found someone violating your intellectual property? 

    • Ripped skins

    • Textures

    • Animations

    • Body part(s)

    • Clothing

    Head over to www.lindenlab.com and follow this link to submit your DMCA notification: https://www.lindenlab.com/legal/intellectual-property-infringement-notification-policy.

    Please note that only the authorized rights holder may submit a notice of copyright infringement. 

    Section 17 U.S.C.§ 512(f) of the DMCA states that you may be liable for any damages, including costs and attorney’s fees incurred by us or our users if you knowingly materially misrepresent that material or activity is infringing.  

    We also implore Marketplace store owners  to make sure that all of their listings are in compliance with the Marketplace Guidelines https://marketplace.secondlife.com/listing_guidelines#branding-guidelines

    As always, we welcome your feedback and you may send an email to ipteam@lindenlab.com.

    We appreciate your interest and support of the Second Life environment.  

    The Intellectual Property Team at Linden Lab

  2. Woah, there’s been a whirlwind of winter activities in Second Life. From the amazing amount of destinations to the upcoming Winter Holiday Shop & Hop (opening December 13th) - we’re smack in the middle of the holiday hype train.

    Snow, a warm fire, hot cocoa - it’s all part of the season in the Northern hemisphere - though it feels like we just celebrated Halloween. Luckily, we can tuck our toes into socks and get into the holiday spirit without the biting cold nipping at our noses.

    This week’s destination video highlights one such spot - where you can go and dash through the snow, grab some holiday decor for your Second LIfe, or enjoy the sparkling lights. It’s festive and merry, and sure to leave you feeling fortified with cheer. Which you’re gonna need if you’ve got some holiday shopping to do.


    For more  Destination videos, check out our Destination Video channel on our official YouTube Channel.

    Video production courtesy of Draxtor Despres

    P.S. Better not pout if you miss out on the Winter Swaginator Hunt - Why not take a few minutes to grab your free gifts! 




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    Today's Second Life pic of the day is "Neo Umbral Witch" by Jib.Jul.

    To submit your image for Second Life Pic of the Day consideration, login to Second Life, snap some pics and add them to the Official Second Life Flickr Group.

    Be sure to check us out on social:

  4. UPDATE: Well, it looks like that may have been a quicker fix than we'd expected. Things should be back on track. Please let us know if you run into any issues using the submission form.


    Hello all!

    Our Destination Guide is a great source for exploring places in Second Life. In fact, you may have noticed we regularly feature some of these spots in our ongoing Destination Guide Video series

    We believe that the content created by our communities is some of the most compelling, creative, and interesting content under the sun (virtually and atomically!) That is why we are always looking for new places and events to add to the Destination Guide - or DG as we have come to call it here at the Lab.

    There are usually two ways to submit your spots for consideration - a web form and email. Unfortunately, it was recently discovered that the form is not working 100% of the time. We have identified the issue and put it on the radar for fixing - but our folks are working really hard on a few other priority things - things you all have been eagerly awaiting - and it may be a bit longer before that form gets fixed. Fear not though - we’ve got the editor@lindenlab.com email for this specific reason. In fact, we have been taking submissions via that address for many years, and glad to have it available for you to send us your cool Regions, spaces, spots, events, and experiences. 

    When emailing editor@lindenlab with your submission, please provide the same information that you would through the form:

    • Title
    • Description
    • Image (657 width by 394 height)

    More information about submission guideline specifics can be found in the Knowledge Base here. We will be sure to update once the form is back in full swing. Share what you’re creating with us!

  5. Linden Lab
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    By Linden Lab,

    Happy Friday!

    Our new auctions system has now been live for awhile and we wanted to give you an update on how it’s working. We’ve been very pleased with our Linden-run auctions and judging from your response, so have you. Our team of land experts will be continuing to offer those daily. 

    Our Resident to Resident auctions need a little more work. Effective the morning of October 14, creating new Resident to Resident auction listings will no longer be possible, while we take them back to the drawing board. All existing auction listings will be allowed to complete as originally scheduled.

    Any additional requests for abandoned Mainland can always be made via support ticket and we will continue to evaluate whether they are eligible for direct sale.


    Hello Residents of Second Life!  

    Over the last few days, Residents using certain email providers may have noticed that they are not receiving all email notifications for events such as Marketplace purchases and Offline Messages.  

    Email has come a long way since it was first introduced to the world in the 1960s. There are many factors that affect the deliver-ability of a message, and algorithms which affect it are constantly being updated.  Sometimes things go awry despite best intentions - such as certain phrases being flagged as indicative of spam, or the volume of messages sent in a certain time frame.

    Second Life is a complex beast and not all our email sending practices are as good as they could be. We are re-examining these practices and we’re going to do better to make sure our Residents are able to get the information they need.

    There are some things you, as the recipient, can also do to better ensure deliver-ability, such as having email filters, white-listing certain contacts, checking your spam folder and marking legitimate messages “Not Spam,” and even contacting your email providers about certain emails.

    If you are experiencing issues receiving emails from us, you may also want to consider updating your email temporarily to a different provider (for example if @yahoo emails are failing, try a @gmail account), verifying your email address with us (offline IMs, friendship offers, auctions, etc all require a verified address), and white-listing (add sender to contacts) Second Life messages to ensure you receive them in the future. It’s always best to use an email account that is only accessible by you.  

    We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience caused and will provide updates once available.

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