Lover’s text messages incriminate wifeby Roberta Lunghini - 2016.07.21
All's fair in love and war, even spying on your partner's phone. That's why the Court of Rome has ruled that a cheating wife is to blame for the failure of the marriage, after her husband discovered a series of explicit messages she had exchanged with her lover on her phone. The judge refused the woman's demands, which included that the evidence was not admissible in court because it violated her privacy. The judge wrote that “in a context of cohabitation and sharing of common spaces such as in a family home, the possibility of seeing the personal data of one's spouse is not an infrequent occurrence, and does not necessarily signify an illicit acquisition of data.”
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