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 and give your own opinion.

Sharing
information
is
actual issue
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an actual issue
the actual issue
in our world where it has
strong influence
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a strong influence
on people. There are various spheres of our life where
information
is more or less important for people working there on out of
this
. For
this
reason some people consider that it is good to
share
information
while others think in
opposite way
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the opposite way
opposite ways
an opposite way
.
For example
, practically all scientists are
glade
showing or causing joy and pleasure; especially made happy
glad
to
share
information
within ordinary people or other scientist. There is no competition in
this
sphere. Sometimes it is bad for
government which
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government, which
scientist
share
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shares
the secret
information
with international
spy but
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spy, but
it will not hurt
information
. There are simple rules in
academic world
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the academic world
which
limite
the greatest possible degree of something
limit
informational sources between people. If
person
Suggestion
a person
the person
is interested in theme discussion with you and you are ready to keep talking
then
the person gives you all
information
what he knows for free.
On the other hand
, if the person knows much and he knows that you can not give him actual or new
information
then
he will
share
information
with you just for money.
For example
, student pay for his learning while two students can cooperate and
share
information
with each other. It is obviously that sharing
information
in
business world
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the business world
can follows by releases. There is
large
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the largest
competition and it
may takes
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may take
much
costs
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cost
for companies. Companies
loose
fail to keep or to maintain; cease to have, either physically or in an abstract sense
lose
their profit every day because someone cannot keep silence especially IT companies. To sum up all above it is necessary to say that there are some spheres in which sharing
information
is a crime. In my opinion, in many cases
information
can be too important or sharing at all.
Submitted by Serhio Baraniuk on

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