The Dutch public prosecution department used a ‘keylogger’ to register keyboard movements as part of its research into a Dutch online sex criminal suspected of blackmailing Canadian girl Amanda Todd.
Amanda Todd killed herself in October 2012 after a film of her was circulated on YouTube. She was being blackmailed by a man who had made online sex videos of her.
The suspect in the case is Dutch national Aydin C, 36, who was arrested in January. Todd is one of some 40 girls C is suspected of abusing online.
What they don’t report is whether there was a court order authorizing the break-in of the home he was staying in at the time and the installation of the keylogger.
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