Political expression inside Second Life: protests, digital graffiti and griefing

“There’s a rationale for it to the extent that in this day and age, the powers that be have migrated into the Digital Age,” Galloway said. “For concerned citizens who want to agitate and express themselves politically, it makes sense that they will also migrate into the digital realm.”


Alexander Galloway
as quoted in In ‘Second Life,’ the ring of revolution? from C|Net. Also from C|Net, a visual montage of political expression inside Second Life. Previously from WNM: Private: Griefing attack on Second Life celebrity brings up copyright questions and Avatars against the War

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