Jan 252011
 
 January 25, 2011  Court, Non-U.S., Online

Nick Britten reports:

A dentist loaded spyware onto his fiancee’s laptop to gather evidence against her as their relationship collapsed, a court has heard.

Mark Singh was accused of “somewhat lacking in gentlemanliness” by infiltrating his former fiancee Moira Walsh’s computer.

Mr Singh’s “disgraceful behaviour” landed him with legal costs or around £130,000, even though he had come out largely on top in a bitter court battle.

Read more in The Telegraph.

This case reminds me somewhat of the recent ruling in British Columbia. In contrast to how these two cases were handled, we have the felony hacking approach here in Michigan.

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