August 8, 2018 at 7:57 am #230819
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Some people believe that it is good to share as much information as possible in scientific research, business and the academic world. Others believe that some information is too important or too valuable to be shared freely.
Discuss both these views.
In the era of technology and social network, more and more people argue that information in different branches of studying should be shared publicly, while the others think those are too important and valuable to be shared freely.
Sharing information has several advantages, which may help improve the scientific situation of one country. Having free information about science will allow scientists to develop those researches into reality and avoid study the same subjects again. Therefore, this phenomenon has chances to fasten the development of science worldwide as all scientists will be able to catch up with the flow of the science. In academic world, it will bring about the same benefits as scientific world when information can be shared publicly for those who need it.
However, it is true that most information in those branches is too valuable to be shared unconditionally, especially that of business. The result of scientific or academic researches or the progresses and secrets of businesses are the main sources of competition, which plays a large role in development of any branches. Moreover, most of the researches have been done under the sponsion of businesses and sponsors, so that those sponsors undoubtedly force the researchers to keep the information in private in order to protect the commercial values of their researches. Since researches always cost a large amount of expenses, without sponsors and commercial values, there are no ways the researchers can keep up with their studies.
In conclusion, while many argue that information in this era must be share publicly as much as possible, the advantages and disadvantages of both the way to deal with information should be considered carefully so that both the researchers, readers and sponsors can take the benefits.
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