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Espionage can be expensive, so why spend more when the service can be provided in-house – as in literally in your own home – and free of charge?Let me explain.Spying, as described by ex-agents, is a low-key, under the radar, tireless and thankless job – so basically second nature to underappreciated Lebanese moms.Why worry about keeping a constant eye on small children when sticking a GPS watch on their little wrists and pairing it with the smartphone will do the trick? Who needs to fret about the nightly whereabouts of their teenage offspring when the latest Life360 family locator app can pin them down? There will be nothing juicy and worth finding out that an urbanite society "sobhiye" (ladies' morning coffee) won't reveal.Espionage is certainly not for the faint-hearted or those who lack commitment.
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