Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Unrestricted Warfare - Midnight City

Given the fact that the majority of influential personalities in SL have interests in Midnight City we implore everyone concerned with establishing representative rights within SL to attack targets in Midnight City. Therefore, until further notice the SLLA advises all its volunteers and those interested in being part of the movement to conduct shootings and bombings in Midnight City. Anyone using the SIM is a legitimate target.

The SLLA will however, pay 500L for each successful attack in Midnight City provided a video is recorded and sent to our email address. In addition, we will pay 1,000L for a successful attack on any member of the Electric Sheep, Millions of Us or Rivers Run Red.

The elite few are increasingly taking control of SL and the only way to prevent this is to attack them where it hurts - commercially.

Freedom for Second Life!

Thursday, October 19, 2006

SLLA mentioned in an article in the New York Times

The SLLA received a mention in an article on Second Life in the New York Times.

Seems we are now in the mainstream!

The relevant piece is shown below:

Some corporate events have been met with protests by placard-waving avatars. And there is even a group called the Second Life Liberation Army that has staged faux ''attacks'' on Reebok and American Apparel stores. (The S.L.L.A. says it is fighting for voting rights for avatars -- as well as stock in Linden Labs.)

Friday, October 06, 2006

Second Life Herald Article on SLLA Reebok Action

Article in the Second Life Herald on our action at the new Reebok store.

Thursday, October 05, 2006

SLLA Attacks Reebok

Today the SLLA conducted military operations against the Reebok store in Second Life.
Volunteers entered the new building and disrupted business at the store. More details of the attack will be posted as it develops.

Video of the attack can be seen at YouTube
OR at the bottom of this Blog.

Freedom for Second Life!

Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Update on Media Coverage of the SLLA

The following media has appeared regarding the SLLA on a number of different formats:

A story about the American Apparel action appeared on the 'cultural lens' site PFSK.com
We made it onto a PR Podcast! - The Hobson and Holtz Report FIR report.
The discussion on this podcast is interesting and understands the point of our action without necessarily understanding how Second Life works!

Internet television coverage of the SLLA can be seen on Mobuzztv.com
and finally we appeared in ContagiousMagazine but have yet to see the text of the article as it is a subscription only publication (if anyone has the text please send it to our email address).