Posted by: NuVida Data Forensics | January 25, 2011

Does your spouse have the right to read your E-mails?

Leon Walker suspected his wife of infidelity, since his wife kept a book of passwords next to the shared laptop, Mr. Walker logged on to Clara Walker Gmail account to confirm his suspicions.

 “Walker is being charged with Michigan statute 752.795, which reads, in part: “A person shall not intentionally and without authorization or by exceeding valid authorization do any of the following: Access or cause access to be made to a computer program, computer, computer system or computer network to acquire, alter, damage delete or destroy property or otherwise use the service of a computer program, computer, computer system or computer network.””

 Mr. Walker is being charged with felony computer misuse and faces five years in prison.

Read more:

http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9202659/Husband_s_E_mail_Snooping_May_Lead_to_Five_Years_in_Prison?source=rss_news

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