If you have been involved in a divorce or family law matter in your lifetime, your personal information could be at risk from theft by identity thieves.
When it comes to spying on one's spouse, be careful what you wish for—not only may it destroy your marriage, you may expose yourself to criminal and civil liability.
We expect these type of technology issues -- especially whether it is an invasion of privacy -- to become more prevalent in family law cases over the next few years.
The covert use of a GPS tracking device in North Carolina could constitute a trespass, trespass to chattels and invasion of privacy through intrusion into seclusion.
Imagine a hacker getting into your account, remotely erasing the data on your iPhone, iPad, and MacBook, deleting your Google account, then accessing your bank account to transfer your balance to another account and finally activating the camera on your computer to watch as you discover the theft.