Stopping cheaters is the name of the game

Posted on 29 October 2018

Stopping cheaters is the name of the game

Anne Rose, Dispute Resolution associate, was quoted in The Times talking about how game developers can stop their products being tampered with whilst keeping their players on side.

Anne argued that the law needed to catch up in several parts of the gaming arena, for example in determining the ownership of products created collaboratively and in the development of cryptocurrencies being used in gaming.

She said, “With these developments, speculating in virtual property has risen in recent years and with speculation comes property disputes and questions over property rights for virtual land and goods.”

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