Alien28 vs Plagiariser – part 1

by Alphaville Herald on 12/01/09 at 11:10 pm

A shocking take of content theft, SL business treachery, and aliens — based on a true story

by Coke Supply



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17 Responses to “Alien28 vs Plagiariser – part 1”

  1. CokeSupply

    Jan 12th, 2009

    Thank you for covering this story :D

  2. Eva Ryan

    Jan 12th, 2009

    Oh..I gotta have one of those Alien AV’s. Got a landmark *grins*.

  3. LOL

    Jan 12th, 2009

    I have heard this story 1000000x times before….
    Tips for ANY AND ALL Business people on SL
    1. TRUST NO ONE…

  4. Face Palmer

    Jan 13th, 2009

    I had to chuckle reading a story about ripping off intellectual property while there is an ad for Legend City Online showcased at the top of the story that is a flagrant, brazen rip off of The Matrix. From what I have read about the people who run it, it came as no surprise they would promote their service using someone else’s creative work.

  5. neva say neva again

    Jan 13th, 2009

    Never under estimate the power of a ton of pure industrial grade coke. Wow, just look at it go…

  6. Kris Dibou

    Jan 13th, 2009

    Love the comic format!

  7. Emperor Norton Hears a Who?

    Jan 13th, 2009

    20th Century Fox owns the copyright to Aliens and the Giger did the design for it so that makes Xeno here is a plagiarist too. A real pity he found an intellectual property thief who is better than he is at his own scam.

  8. Face Palmer

    Jan 13th, 2009

    No kidding, Emperor.

  9. Cora Heslop

    Jan 13th, 2009

    What a whiner? Like some cheese with that? Pfft.

  10. CokeSupply

    Jan 13th, 2009

    @ Emperor:

    What you fail to realise is that Xeno’s alien merchandise looks nothing like the alien that you are describing, and therefore he infringed upon no copyright and had no “scam” to speak of.

    And if Zilu is “better than Xeno is at his own scam” then I assume you are saying that because he has a copybot? Tsk tsk.

    I’m the one selling an alien that I do not own any copyright to. BUT AT LEAST I DIDN’T STEAL IT.

    Think before you voice your support for a known content thief, please.

  11. chris

    Jan 13th, 2009

    “I’m the one selling an alien that I do not own any copyright to. BUT AT LEAST I DIDN’T STEAL IT.”

    —why LL is a joke, children like this —

  12. CokeSupply

    Jan 13th, 2009

    @ Cora Heslop

    I like how your name links to a site advertising a penis pump. Keep up the good work with your utterly pointless posts ;)

  13. CokeSupply

    Jan 13th, 2009

    @ Chris

    I’m 32

  14. Professor C

    Jan 13th, 2009

    Well now. Seems this is the year for lies and deception. I wonder if Coke realizes she is just being used to fuel the fires of hate between two people that have little to ZERO impact on the grid at all. There are more important things at work here other than a little girl fighting for the rights of pixels. I suppose that Alien23 didn’t tell you everything. But I will decline to comment until after the rest of this story comes out. There is obviously parts missing. Like … how the breakup happened in the first place.

    This is starting to sound strikingly similar to other things that have happened but I will decline comment until much later.

    Let me work and investigate more on the other side of all this.

  15. janeforyou Barbara

    Jan 14th, 2009

    I know the storie, i know Coke,, she been a good friend for a wery loong time, shes trying to help as she allways do :-) Coke her self are a awsome creator and i seen her own work and i wish you all well and luck in your new SIM and shop Coke :-)

    If things are stolen Linden need the proof, as it seams i agree with LOL that you cant trust anyone this days when it comes to business, i herd it,,i been there,i seen it and it got names “greed”—”jalusy”—”hate”
    And pardon my English,, am no good at it,gigglesnorts :-)

  16. Uccello Poultry

    Jan 15th, 2009

    Not having been at the scene when the original work agreements were made or dissolved I’ll have to rely on the trust I’ve grown to have for Coke over the past couple years. I’ve watched the avie evolve over time and have examined the prims in question and they show Coke as the builder in the asset info and in style. Her builds are unique much like a painters brush strokes.

    Good to see the comix on the Interwebs (finally!), Coke. I’m still willing to model for future ones (feelin’ really bad I couldn’t help last time).

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