Espionage has always fascinated the public imagination. Yet, a real and complex world exists beyond the intrigue and mystery. This world challenges our perceptions of right and wrong, constantly asking us to redefine our boundaries.
Now, we live in an era dominated by digital surveillance. Every click, like, and share we make can be monitored, archived, and analyzed. Because of this, the morality of espionage demands our attention more than ever.
It’s no longer about intercepting a single message or eavesdropping on a conversation. Today, those skilled in espionage can easily access vast amounts of data.
So, what implications does this have for the average person? And how do we determine the limits of digital spying?