Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), aka the draft Anti-Piracy Law Online in the United States is becoming a byword. Still difficult to understand how this law works then? Consider this animated video. In general, SOPA will allow the U.S. government and corporate copyright holders to block sites that are considered in violation, piracy or counterfeiting of intellectual property.
For example, if there are websites that have been accused of illegal content that violates copyright (including songs, pictures, video clips, etc.), then the site can be blocked by ISPs in the U.S., was posted from a search engine, and even intercepted to run online business with providers of payment services like PayPal.
Powerful 8MP camera owned the iPhone 4S is one reason people are willing to reach into koceknya for this one device. But not in Singapore. In lion country, the existence of these cameras even eliminated. Why? Indeed, the omission is not done for all devices iPhone 4S sold there, but only a number of tools that are targeting the military personnel.
Prohibition of carrying camera phones in the military camp is the reason. Reportedly, there are three operators in Singapore are already planning to eliminate camera in the iPhone 4S, in which one of them is M1.
On its website, they sell the iPhone without a camera 4S 64GB with prices over $ 900 for 2 year contract. God knows what reason, the ads that offer a product that has now been revoked.
Higher price than the price of the iPhone 4S ‘normal’ alias with a camera, reportedly because the operator extra cost to fix the device modification (removal of the camera).