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Minors aged 13–17 can access areas with a General Rating only.
to only occur in simulators with a Moderate or Adult rating.
As of May 2007, two such countries, Germany and Belgium, have launched a police investigation into Age of Consent-related offenses in Second Life (including both trading of non-virtual photography and involuntary virtual sexual activity with childlike avatars by means of virtual identity theft).
However, minors aged between 13–17 can access Second Life, but they will be restricted to what they can see or do based on age.
The Second Life world is split into sections/worlds and each one is given a maturity rating similar to films: General, Moderate and Adult.
In France, a conservative family union, Familles de France, sued Linden Lab in June 2007, alleging that Second Life gave access to minors to sexual content, including bondage, zoophilia and scatophilia, as well as gambling and advertisements for alcohol, drugs or tobacco.
Linden Lab pointed out that the virtual world is not meant for children (people under the age of 18) because of the mature content and what happens within Second Life.