Man Faces 15 Years for Intercepting Email
A Salt Lake City man faces up to 15 years in prison for allegedly intercepting the email of two of his former bosses, the U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) said.
William K. Dobson, 55, is charged with surreptitiously accessing the email system of a Utah technology firm after he left the company. He has been indicted on two counts of intercepting electronic communications and one count of illegally obtaining information from a protected computer, the DoJ announced late Wednesday. The Justice Department did not release the name of Dobsonís former employer. Man Faces 15 Years for Intercepting E-mail - Security Feed - Blog - CSO Magazine
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