Woman charged with hacking email
A woman has been charged with hacking into the e-mail account of a University of Georgia professor who stepped down as dean of the school's journalism school after being accused of sexual harassment.
UGA police have charged Gerri Nunley-Knox with felony counts of computer trespass and computer invasion of privacy for hacking into John Soloski's university e-mail account.
According to a UGA police report, Soloski went to UGA police Feb. 2 to complain that in January, some of his e-mails had been deleted and others were transferred to another account. AP Wire | 02/23/2006 | Woman charged with hacking e-mails of former UGA dean
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