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Man charged in US for reading his wife’s emails without her permission

A 33-year-old man in US is facing up to five years in jail for reading his wife’s emails without her permission. Leon Walker, who suspected his wife Clara of having an affair with her former husband, has been charged under anti-hacking laws aimed at preventing identity theft.

Leon Walker, who works as an IT technician for Oakland County, is alleged to have used his computer skills to gain access to her wife’s Gmail account on the shared home computer. Walker discovered a series of emails which confirmed his suspicions that his wife was cheating on him.

A 33-year-old man in US is facing up to five years in jail for reading his wife’s emails without her permission. Leon Walker, who suspected his wife Clara of having an affair with her former husband, has been charged under anti-hacking laws aimed at preventing identity theft.

Leon Walker, who works as an IT technician for Oakland County, is alleged to have used his computer skills to gain access to her wife’s Gmail account on the shared home computer. Walker discovered a series of emails which confirmed his suspicions that his wife was cheating on him.

Prosecutor Jessica Cooper has dismissed Leon Walker’s claims that he had used his wife’s password to log on to the computer. According to the prosecutor, Walker was nothing but a ‘hacker’ who used his skills as a computer technician to gain access to his wife’s email account. [Source: Telegraph]

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