Would you be jealous if your spouse started smooching other people -- in an computer game?"For some players of Second Life, a massive multi-player online role-playing game, such virtual infidelity is a step too far," the BBC says. "So to keep an eye on their loved ones, some spouses are paying real money to in-game detectives, to snoop on the character... used by their real world partner." (via Geek Press)THERE'S MORE: Wagner James Au's original story, which inspired the BBC piece, is here. Clive has some thoughts on cybercheating, too.AND MORE: The Washington Post has a long feature today on the Army's new breed of interactive training. "This is a sim of judgment calls. There is no right or wrong answer."
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