Let's say that you're a divorce attorney and your client brings you damning e-mails that will help her case. Before you decide to use those e-mails at trial, you'd better make sure that they weren't procured through the use of illegal spyware. Otherwise, as Sharon Nelson of Ride the Lightning cautions, you might find yourself the subject of a $2 million lawsuit like the lawyers at Chattanooga, Tenn., firm Berke, Berke & Berke (a firm name that has nothing to do with this guy).
According to Chattanoogan.com, Farrell Hayes is suing the Berke firm (and the individual name partners) for $2 million in a Tennessee circuit court for alleged use of e-mail spyware. Hayes claims that his soon-to-be ex-wife installed eBlaster software on his computer in order to intercept his communications. The software directed Mr. Hayes' e-mail to his former sister-in-law, and she passed them on to his wife. Hayes claims that the interception of the e-mails violated... [MORE]Sphere: Related Content
Posted by Carolyn Elefant on July 2, 2009
Difundan libremente este artículo
CONSULTEN, OPINEN , ESCRIBAN .
Rodrigo González Fernández
Diplomado en "Responsabilidad Social Empresarial" de la ONU
Diplomado en "Gestión del Conocimiento" de la ONU
Oficina: Renato Sánchez 3586 of. 10
Teléfono: OF .02- 2451113 y 8854223- CEL: 76850061
Soliciten nuestros cursos de capacitación y consultoría en LIDERAZGO - GESTION DEL CONOCIMIENTO - RESPONSABILIDAD SOCIAL EMPRESARIAL LOBBY ENERGIAS RENOVABLES , asesorías a nivel nacional e internacional y están disponibles para OTEC Y OTIC en Chile