Jiri Klouda (jk@atrey.karlin.mff.cuni.cz)
Mon, 2 Oct 2000 18:00:51 +0200

I would like to remind interesting news. Since this Sunday e-signatures
in US are legal. Czech laws should follow Very Soon (TM) and I hope that
most of countries and especially EU will follow shortly.

Is there any lawyer out there? Do you think this could help to prevent
multiplaying in massive multiplayer online games? In case you would find
some way I would gladly use it in all my future games and I am sure
that most of GMs would join me.

For players: In your place I would go to register your e-sig in case
its legally binding in your country. I'm sure it will be handy...


P.S.: I would say that E-sig could be better than the earlier concept
of 'security deposit' that you would lose in case of cheating.
I didn't mention it before? Well I didn't share most of my ideas
how to prevent multiplaying so far...

P.P.S.: I am still thinking about a conference for developers and GMs
of massive multiplayer online games.

Jiri Klouda <jk@atrey.karlin.mff.cuni.cz>

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