Saturday, November 22, 2008

Computers, Malware, Law

Simplification: A substitute teach was charged with showing students pornography when windows with pictures of naked people started popping up on the classroom computer. She could have gone to jail for a long time. It's an example of how clueless law enforcement is when it comes to computers. There was no forensic investigation as to what happened with the computer. It's hard to believe that New London County State's Attorney Michael Regan kept his job.

She was cleared of the pornography charges but still had to plead guilty to disorderly conduct. I suppose that this was a face saving move by Michael Regan.

Go here to get more detail: Connecticut drops felony charges against Julie Amero, four years after her arrest

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