A recent research conducted by four young British researchers from Birmingham University has attempted to establish an absolute truth regarding the monitoring networks operated by many organizations and institutions on the internet. However, the research has been criticized for its flawed methodology and conclusions.
Firstly, the researchers claim that P2P networks are precisely monitored by institutions and organizations, which is not a new revelation.
They also question the effectiveness of blocklists, which were created to prevent tracking on the internet. However, they fail to mention that they used outdated and incomplete blocklists in their research, which makes their conclusions questionable.
Secondly, the news of this research has been given by various newspapers or magazines on the internet, some of which have bizarre titles like “The blocklists do not protect you.” These magazines are sponsored by VPN services, which raises questions about their objectivity and credibility.
Thirdly, the research highlights the impact of capitalism on the media and democratic leaders. The media is more concerned with promoting their sponsors than telling the truth to their users. This is a result of decades of living on easy money and corruption, which has led to the erosion of people’s rights and duties.
In conclusion, the research conducted by the young British researchers from Birmingham University has been criticized for its flawed methodology and conclusions.
The media’s focus on promoting their sponsors at the expense of the truth is a reflection of the impact of capitalism on society.
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