What a hectic month, and how wonderful that it is. BlackBerry World 2012 was followed immediately by the HP Global Influencer Summit 2012, both which we attended, and both which featured many exciting and interesting and innovative things to share. Do check out our extensive coverage and witness them yourselves! And after that, we got caught along with the buzz of the global and Malaysian release of the Samsung GALAXY S III. And guess what? We have it in our test labs, which in-depth review you can find behind these pages. And maybe dive into the more detailed features of the phone in our Tech Spelunk this month.
What else? People looking to buy a PlayStation Vita (which is just recently launched here, in Malaysia) can check out our Vita Games Wishlist, which can help you mark your own calendars. Our monthly series on Digital World Religions is also ending. On its last rites, it will be talking about Linux, and how influential it is, in spite of its humble existence.
This issue, we concern ourselves with the question of online digital content, and the legal line which divides it. The Internet is a mass of grey land, where nothing is entirely certain and morality is as clear as the smog-filled skies on a very hazy day. In a time where information flows freely and is easily available, have we stopped to ask ourselves where the legal boundaries lie? More specifically, arc the contents we’re consuming infringing on copyrights without us knowing? Are we really all pirates? We seek a ultimatum to that matter, or at least draw a finer line between the more distinct black-and-whiteness of the whole legality of it.
Maestro Claudio Muller, our German counterpart, had written a well-researched and ultimately thought-provoking piece that explored online legal boundaries, highlighting specific case studies that help bring things to light, so that we could question them again. We think it’s a significant study considering our country’s culture in content piracy; either way, it’ll also benefit you, fellow Internet user, to know where to tread carefully.
So hoist the colours, folks, be it Black or White or Grey, and let us sail forth to another month of technology and the adventure it entails. Ahoy, mateys!
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