Therefore, what comes to the fore is the importance of more extensive public interests, which could prove to be the trumping factor when it comes to addressing the more considerable debate around sting operations and invasion of privacy. First, there cannot be any one answer to this question, and such instances should be dealt with on a case-to-case basis. In all of such cases, however, the point of deliberation has to be as to whether the impugned sting operation could be held to be genuinely conducted in the more significant public interests and for serving the larger public good. Such evaluation shall be conducted based on available evidence, including circumstantial evidence, which should be accorded due importance. Lastly, it has to be ascertained as to whether the commercial advantages which the concerned entity is likely to reap outweigh the public good it claims to be serving. If the answers to these questions are obtained, any case can be decided as to whether it is an invasion of privacy or not.