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The South Carolina Supreme Court ruled that accessing e-mails in a cheating husband’s inbox did not violate the Stored Communications Act, but the judges all agreed that the act, now 26 years old, “is ill-fitted to address many modern day issues.” The Augusta Chronicle reports the e-mails were accessed by the wife’s daughter-in-law who was able to guess the man’s security question. The e-mails were then printed and shared with the wife’s divorce attorney and a private investigator. “The Stored Communication Act makes a hazy distinction between obtaining e-mails that have not been read or messages that have been read and stored elsewhere versus e-mails that have been read and remain in an inbox,” the report states.
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