Posted by CmdrTaco on Monday April 09, @11:00AM
from the get-on-the-ype-train dept.
An anonymous reader wrote in to say that there is “A new law review article that explores the tax treatment of players in Second Life and World of Warcraft. The bottom line is that commercial activity that occurs in virtual worlds should be taxed the same as in the real world. But purely personal activity within virtual worlds should not be taxed.”