A lawsuit over the ownership of virtual land in an Internet game may signal the beginning of a new type of litigation as the industry grows and players spend more time and money in virtual worlds.

Pennsylvania resident Marc Bragg sued San Francisco-based Internet game company Linden Lab and its president and CEO earlier this month for alleged conversion, fraud, unjust enrichment and breach of contract and for allegedly violating several California laws.

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