Married internet browsers beware: information obtained from internet browser history and spyware is being used as evidence in divorce cases. One survey shows 79% of divorce attorneys reported use of internet browser history as evidence, while 44% show increase in spyware use. Many people use the internet to act anonymously, but in reality using the internet is one of the more public things a person can do.
Trackers should also beware. Some tracking software can be considered an invasion of privacy in violation of certain laws restricting wiretapping. Keystroke analysis is one such type of tracking that can cause problems.
In Dallas divorces, we are seeing an increase in invasion of email accounts to obtain evidence. This can also be problematic and a violation of the law.