The creator of Second Life in Education, a wiki designed to document the educational uses of the online world, has received notice from developer Linden Labs that the site infringes on their trademark.
The website has been in operation since 2006. While Jokay Wollongong wrote on her blog that the notice came as “a kick in the guts,” the site’s founder said that she would not fight the request and would move the resources of her wiki to another domain. She also wrote:
I also worry that this is a sign of things to come for many other residents who are creating fantastic content.
Massively notes that one of the infringements in question centered on Linden Lab’s SL trademark, which they only registered within the past two weeks.