WIRED tries to make the case that virtual crimes should carry criminal penalties because the virtual world seems real to some people. I have a few questions:
- If I commit a virtual crime, will my avatar go to virtual prison?
- If I am accused of a virtual crime, do I receive a virtual trial?
- Will I get virtual jury duty?
- If my avatar is a POC, can I receive virtual affirmative action?
- Do I have virtual rights under a virtual constitution?