The tough part about arguing this topic is that okay can be a relative term, for example, it may be more okay to steal an apple from a grocery store than to obliterate a city, but neither are really socially acceptable. This topic I’m sure is commonly debated and opinions are formed. Here is mine:
When a victim isn’t really a victim, is a crime really a crime? I think that something like this would be acceptable because no wrong is done to anyone. An example of this could be a surprise birthday party. One friend is being dishonest to another friend, but the victim of the dishonesty is not wronged, and might even be glad that they were lied to because they received a nice surprise.
On the other hand, if someone were to lie to mass amounts of people for personal benefit, I think that it would be…
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