This is a simple but thought-provoking drawing. As we can see in it, a meeting seems to be going on, with several staff members sitting around a table and a laptop in front of each of them. A leader-like man stands there, complaining: “We have lots of information technology. We just don’t have much useful information.”
Simple as the picture is, the message it conveys is profound. Evidently it is meant to reveal the fact that there is too much junk information online. Taking a look around, we can also find examples too many to enumerate. The best illustration that I can recall here and now is the fact that whenever you search for the cure for a disease or a scenic spot to visit, you are flooded by advertisements, many of which are even cheating. Actually, the problem has become so widespread that it has severely affectedpeople’slife and hindered the development of society.
Of course, we should not give up eating for fear of being choked. Admittedly,information technology has greatly facilitated our life and work. The best policy, as I see it, is to maximize its advantages and eliminate its unhealthy influence.For one thing, it is imperative that pertinent laws and regulations be worked out and rigidly enforced topunish those spreading cheating ads online. For another, the searching engine websites should make a point of reducing junk information. Only with these measures taken can we expect the solution of the problem.（來源：網絡）