The advent of the Internet ushered in a new era of interpersonal communications and business operations. Undoubtedly, the Net are revolutionizing the daily lives of the people who have an access to it. The primary reason behind the Internet boom roots in its multifunction. It provides a vehicle for netizens to shop, search, publish blogs and browse WebPages.
A range of problems lurking behind the frenzy of Internet impressively stand out. A vast majority of Internet users\' mail boxes are saturated with junk mails, an issue which sparks strong criticism and generates the loss of corporate productivity. It\'s not alone. Porn websites lure a growing number of young people\'s visits. False news via the e-mail, BBS and chat room increasingly poses a threat to the social prosperity and stability.
To crack down them, we should push for a more effectively tough law. We should join our forces to launch a nation-wide campaign, including imposing stiff penalties on spammers, shutting down or blocking the lewd sites and introducing a real-name registration system to curb fraudulent messages. We can fully believe that our combined efforts will reap rewards. A clean cyberspace will paint our lives more colorfully. An economically booming and technologically advanced global web will play a vital role in the national economic and cultural advancement.
We must uphold these core virtues including diligence, honesty, justice and responsibility. Traditionally, we Chinese admire the virtue of plain living and hard struggle. The vital importance is also placed on honesty and justice.
In my eyes, however, responsibility tops our priority. To shoulder some heavy responsibilities, we must keep a style of plain living and hard struggle. Responsibility also means honesty and justice. Everyone must assume a set of responsibilities. For example, we college students must take the responsibility for pursuing the impressive academic performance. But an army of students plant themselves in online games, an activity which compels them to shun huge responsibilities.
The virtue of responsibility is strongly associated with the \" Eight Dos and Don’ts \" moral campaign in full swing. Under this slogan, everyone must take on his/her own responsibilities and dedicate to his/her own position. Unquestionably, everyone must promote the socialist concept of honor and
It is now nearly commonplace to hear and read of the devastating electronic cafe violence while the drink-fulled violence has became a national epidemic. Growing attention are being focused on the emerging and known security problems in public places.