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Limor Schafman Presents: James Dunstan of Garvey Schubert Barer on Virtual Worlds, Video Games & Law

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Did you know that enabling gamers to talk via voice while in a virtual world may subject you to FCC regulations? Or that the Child Online Privacy Protection Act under the FTC must be followed for game sites that knowingly include children under the age of 13? Whether you are a developer of console, PC or online games and worlds, there are legal issues which you need to keep in mind.


Many of them are surprising, so join us to hear James Dunstan, partner at Garvey Schubert Barer (www.gsblaw.com), an expert in video game and telecommunications law, discuss the ins and outs of interesting legal issues, what you as a game developer need to keep in mind, and steps to take as you develop your next game.

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