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Even if you own the phone in question, if it is password protected several states will still charge you. There have been several cases of a spouse breaking into the others email/facebook/myspace/etc, finding evidence, getting a divorce, then ending up in court and jail.
Leon Walker is the most recent case. I love this line by the prosecutor... "The guy's a hacker," Oakland County Prosecutor Jessica Cooper told the Free Press. "[The email account] was password protected, he had wonderful skills, and was highly trained. Then he downloaded them and used them in a very contentious way," Cooper is quoted as saying.Just to help you understand how stupid Jessica Cooper is, the accounts password was in a book next to the laptop. Such mad hakzer skillz to go to gmail on a shared laptop and type in the password writen down right next to the laptop.
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Wow.... i cant believe that really happened! Jessica Cooper, sounds like the prosecutor from hell, exaggerating everything
Yeah; but coolice is that not what lawyers are basically hired for, and or used for. Whoever lie's the best, and does it professionally also always has very well paying work. I know some people don't see it that way, but in many cases in today's legal world that is how it is. Some of these cases are just ridiculous. Hacking requires way more work than looking in the notebook next to a computer. However; as far as it goes Windows, and iOS save all your passwords as well you just have to know where to look to find it, or tell it not to do it so that it does not save that info.
LOL I can see parents using this to monitor their kids usage and to make sure little Jonny is really over at the Smith's and not at some party.
Glad I have no life or wife.
I decided to actually try the software, and it does work, but at the same time I didn't feel nice about trying it, even if its just on my second phone... I felt like a creep.. I wrote a review about it here. http://www.squidoo.com/ephonetracker-review
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