One topic we have discussed was the idea of cyber stalking with things like Facebook. The information is presented on the internet publicly, thus it’s public information. Most wouldn’t question you for looking up a friend from grade school, seeing what they’re up to, etc. But would someone question your motives if you decided to check on a person for a specific purpose? Is it too much to check on a person you have a crush on, to see their status before deciding to ask them out? Is it wrong to check on a rival in a field (take your pick) to see how they’re doing, and to measure your own progress?
My point here is, when do you cross the line? Where is the point where you stop just looking at public information, and begin stalking? Or is it just variable levels of stalking?