Feb 242011
 February 24, 2011  Posted by  Court, Online, Surveillance

Bridget Freeland reports:

A man sued a technology company for privacy invasion, claiming it intercepted his email exchanges with a friend who was estranged from her husband, after the husband hired it to install the electronic snooping program on the woman’s laptop. The man claims that Awareness Technologies’ privacy invasion was criminal.

Alex Watkins sued Awareness Technologies in Superior Court. The married couple are not parties to the lawsuit.

Watkins says that in February 2010, Awareness helped William Feley install a “Key Stroke Logger program” called “WebWatcher” on a personal laptop belonging to his estranged wife, Donna Jane Terry Feley, without her knowledge.

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