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This world now revolves around information It is shown through many different aspects of life from plain plumbers to real estate agents Why Even the simplest things we do everyday involve information Why for example do we employ plumbers Because they know more about plumbing and pipes than us ordinary people Lets reread that sentence again They know more They have more information than us thus we employ them Its the same thing with real estate agents Why do we employ them Because they know more about the housing market and all the tricks on how to sell houses effectively Theres that They know more again In essence real estate agents and plumbers are therefore the same They live by knowing more than other people There are changes now though The fact that the world revolves around information is now being abused in some areas Hackers or more importantly crackers are the people I am talking about They harvest information through viruses and just as bad spyware Viruses are dangerous since they destroy information that could possibly be important by damaging your computer Spyware should also be watched out for The name spyware is self-explanatory They spy on your computer and use the information they get to earn money be it taking your credit card information or selling your information to companies who are willing to buy it This world has become dangerous just through the fact that information is important to people This should not be Information should make this world the complete opposite of what it is doing now Information is why Wikipedia is so successful and why Google is so successful They are perfect examples of the good side of information We need to change it We need to help Before its too late
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