Thirty-three-year-old Leon Walker used his wife's password to get into her Gmail account, and says he learned of his wife's affair by reading her e-mail on their computer. Clara Walker filed for a divorce, which was granted this month, and Leon Walker will stand trial Feb. 7 -- on felony computer misuse charges.
What do you think about this? Does a person have a right to absolute privacy in their own home? Should you be allowed to keep secrets from your spouse in a home you both own? Does it matter who owns the computer? Or the home? How would you decide ownership of a computer in this case?
Finally, there is this.
Clara was married twice previously, the Oakland Press reported, explaining that Walker discovered that she was having an affair with her second husband, who had once been arrested for beating her in front of her young son from her first husband.
Can anyone say Jerry Springer?