Spyware and Wiretapping

CNET NEWS reports on a recent New Jersey divorce involving a counterclaim for wiretapping where a spouse installed spyware on the home computer. “This is hardly the first time computer monitoring claims have surfaced in marital spats.

CNET NEWS reports on a recent New Jersey divorce involving a counterclaim for wiretapping where a spouse installed spyware on the home computer. “This is hardly the first time computer monitoring claims have surfaced in marital spats. As previously reported by CNET NEWS.com, a Florida court ruled last year that a wife who installed spyware on her husband’s computer to secretly record evidence of an extramarital affair violated state law.”

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