Wide support for spyware teacher

Tuesday, 16 January 2007, 4:19 PM EST

A Connecticut teacher, recently convicted of morals offences after her laptop displayed a range of pornographic sites to a classroom of children, has been backed by several malware experts.

The 40-year-old Julie Amero was found guilty by a court in Norwich, Connecticut, after an incident in 2004 when Ms Amero was a substitute teacher in a seventh-grade class.

At Virus Bulletin.

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