Sep 282011
 September 28, 2011  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

Another case of criminal charges over domestic spying. Kathleen Brady Shea reports:


A Tredyffrin Township man has been accused of cyber spying on his estranged wife.

Jay Anthony Ciccarone, 39, was charged Monday night with unlawful use of a computer and related offenses. He allegedly installed “Web Watcher,” a spyware package, on the woman’s computer, Tredyffrin Township police said.

“As far as I’m concerned, he was really behaving like a stalker,” Sgt. John R. Bailey said. “He violated her trust and her privacy. . . . It seemed like a big chess game to him.”

Police said the investigation began a year ago when the woman, who was in the midst of divorce proceedings with Ciccarone, contacted police because Ciccarone appeared to be monitoring her daily activities.


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