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Is there any practical way to DJ using popular mainstream songs legally in SL anymore? By 'legally,' I mean paying the necessary royalties. By 'practically,' I mean affordably, which I admit is subjective, but let's say for a few hundred dollars per year. I realize that one can buy royalty-free music, and I have done so. I own a few-hundred-dollar collection of royalty-free music, and I carefully preserved the receipt and license that came with it. I have used that to create 24/7/365 background mood music at roleplay SIMs in the past. But people don’t DJ background music. They DJ po
Hiya! I saw something interesting on someone's profile the other day, and I wanted to know how debatable or true it is... Basically, they were a DJ or something, and they said that it's against TOS to record voice in SL, therefore, anything you may want to report in SL from a voice conversation or whatever, is hearsay and not permissible in court or to LL or the like. I can't find anything that may relate it to a DMCA or anything to make sense of what that brief profile glimpse I got actually said... https://www.lindenlab.com/tos & https://www.lindenlab.com/legal/community-
Hello,i found some items on marketplace that i am interested to buy ,question is if thiese items are legal or not? ,presumed that if they are listed in marketplace sould be legal otherwise is a trap for those who use them.Thiese is just a few of them and they have one thing in common,like pay per play raffle,but marketplace is full of them.Is it legal or illegal to use them on your land? https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/Raffle-Board-Raffle-Contest-Prize-Giver/2392504 https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/Raffle-Board-V100-CopyBoxed/6309955 https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/Raffle-Bo
So, I saw a few claw machines in a store sim and the sign for them specifically said “play at your own risk”. That sort of phrasing suggests gambling, which is illegal on Second Life, if I recall correctly. The sign said it requires “some skill”. Not only that, but it also said that even if you manage to get a prize in the claw, it would sometimes “fall out”, in which you paid money and got nothing in return. So I’m curious of two things: 1. Is this described claw machine against TOS as a whole? 2. If not, is it against ToS to have these claw machines on a non-gaming-related sim?