OK, here's a question for the legal boffins out there. Say for example I was thinking of hosting a Star Trek movie marathon in BigScreen. What are the legal ramifications, if any?
If I was to invite people round to my place for a movie night with beer and potato wedges, no problem. But according to the UK Government website, you need to apply for a non-theatrical film licence for one-off events in 'common areas' and by any reasonable definition, a VR cinema room open to the unwashed masses good people in this forum, would be a common area.
So, would I be breaking the law? would I be responsible, or the developers of BigScreen for providing me with the software and servers or Oculus be responsible for making the whole thing possible in the first place and acting as vendor for said software?
Is the only option to make my BigScreen room private-invite only? so that it's like my living room except bigger... and no potato wedges. Is anyone using BigScreen who shows copyright material being naughty?