In the Digitalscape, the definition and implications of vandalism are changing.

Since cyberspace has a liquid digital architecture, much of the vandalism is light-hearted, as can be seen at this wall at The BOG, a much simpler interactive graffiti site than Real Graffiti.

Though I doubt the future of digital vandalism is destined to be reduced to scrawling URLs on virtual brick walls, I am certain that there will be drastic changes is the way public spaces are regarded in the Digitalscape.

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