As is vividly depicted in the picture, there is a man sitting in front of the computer, searching information from the Internet worriedly, with a woman taking a cup of coffee at the door to refresh him.Furthermore, there is a caption under the picture, which reads “I just feel unfortunate to live in a world with so much misleading information”.Simple as the picture is, the meaning is thought-provoking.
For one thing, the Internet has offered us great convenience. For instance, we can get knowledge about almost all aspects from the Internet without going out. For another, with so much information on the Internet, it is difficult for us to distinguish the true information from the misleading one. And if we believed the misleading information, we might suffer from great loss. Because the misleading information may get people into bad habits, even make them commit crimes.
Judging from the reams of evidence, it is safe for us to conclude that misleading information is a dangerous obstacle gripping economic prosperity and social progress. Only if we are sure that the information on the Internet is true, can we live in a harmonious society.