US auditor jailed for cyber-snooping

Tuesday, 16 May 2006, 8:17 PM EST

A systems auditor working on the computer security at the US Department of Education has been jailed for five months for putting spyware on his boss's computer.

Kenneth Kwak admitted putting the malware on his boss's machine that allowed him to monitor emails and internet activity. He then told others in his office about his boss's habits.

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