Jul 252012
 
 July 25, 2012  Breaches, Court, Surveillance, U.S.

Annie Youderian reports:

The ex-wife of a wealthy businessman must pay him $20,000 for installing spyware on his computers and using it to illegally intercept his emails to try to gain an upper hand in their divorce settlement, a federal judge in Tennessee ruled.

U.S. Magistrate Judge William Carter ordered Crystal Goan to pay ex-husband James Roy Klumb $20,000 for violating federal and state wiretap laws when she used Spectorsoft’s eBlaster spyware to intercept Klumb’s email.

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  One Response to “Ex-Wife Owes $20K for Spyware Divorce Scheme”

  1. Not only $20,000, but attorney’s fees as well. That could be another $20,000 for a federal suit such as this (or more).

    Interesting enough, this is the same ex-wife that Rep. David Hawk is battling in Greene County TN! If she’s as treacherous in his case as she was in this, people would do well to take a closer look at what she’s saying.

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