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Tuesday, November 13, 2007
I must know where you've been e-mailing; you must tell me.
Woah! Four years in prison, Dude.
Its illegal wiretapping for sure, but the guy must have had some criminal history to warrant a four year stint in prison.
He better not mess with anyone's e-mail there.
Spying on lover's e-mail? Monitoring may be illegal Austin police have charged two recently with activity.
Shawn Macleod wanted to know where his estranged wife was going on the Internet and what she was writing in e-mails, investigators said, so he secretly installed a program called SpyRecon on her computer that sent him electronic logs with the sites she had visited and messages she had sent. His spying resulted in a four-year prison sentence.