Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Spying email on your spouse can get you in jail?

Imagine that you suspect your spouse is cheating on you, but you are not sure. You start to snoop to look for proof. In the process, you decide to read your spouse's email. Stop! That is a crime. Just ask Leon Walker (33) who is facing felony charges for computer misuse because he read his wife's emails after his wife filed for divorce. Clara Walker, the spouse, also claims that he installed tracking devices to monitor her e-mail activities.

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