A Michigan man is charged with felony computer misuse charges after using the family computer to view his wife's gmail account in order to verify her affair with another man.
According to the Globe and Mail "Privacy law writer Frederick Lane tells the Detroit Free Press the law typically is used to prosecute identity theft and stealing trade secrets. He says he questions if a wife can expect privacy on a computer she shares with her husband."
Leon Walker who faces trial on the charge February 7th calls the case a “miscarriage of justice.”
It will certainly be interesting to see how the law interprets this one...