Teacher in spyware case granted new trial

Thursday, 7 June 2007, 12:09 AM EST

A schoolteacher facing jail time after spyware programs exposed her students to pornographic images has been given a reprieve.

Julie Amero had been convicted of four felony counts of "risk of injury to a minor," but on Friday, the Connecticut superior court judge in charge of her sentencing set aside a guilty verdict in the case.

At InfoWorld.

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