Our constitution guarantees the right against unreasonable search and seizure, but where does the line get drawn in these days of high-tech surveillance? This book not only looks at the new methods for spying on citizens, but on the technological shortfalls that allow hackers to gain private information. It also presents the pros and cons between government security and government intrusion. How do we strike a balance between protecting citizens and giving up our freedoms? The legal and moral questions are evolving.