In this episode of "Virtual Legality", attorney Richard Hoeg of The Hoeg Law Business Law Firm (Hoeg Law), discusses the International Game Developers Association's (IGDA) executive "Call to Action" on the small matter of loot box regulation.
Self-regulation may well be the best kind of regulation, after all.
Discussion focuses on:
with references to our earlier "Virtual Legality" episode - "Loot Box Low Down"
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