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In-law didn’t violate privacy law by hacking e-mail

A woman didn’t violate the Stored Communications Act when she hacked into her brother-in-law’s personal e-mail in the course of a domestic dispute, the South Carolina Supreme Court has ruled in reinstating a summary judgment.


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