Recently, a NC jury held a man liable for $25,400 for using a keystroke monitoring program to access his wife’s computer. Up until this point it was believed this behavior was allowed as it was not technically intercepting a message but rather reading stored information. Read more about the case here (subscription required), or click to read the news article. If you have any questions, contact your family law specialist.

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