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Stalking software?

Spouses are now spying on each other's Internet habits.

(November 9, 2000) -- For $50-200, you can purchase stalking software to spy on your spouse's Internet habits. Originally designed to protect children, government and corporate use in order to track employee's computer use, even the companies who designed the software have been taken by surprise by its spousal stalking usage.

Interested? Purchase Desktop Surveillance (http://www.datarecoverysoftware.com/odsp.shtml), Investigator (http://www.winwhatwhere.com/) , Prudence and Spector (http://www.spectorsoft.com/products/spector/) to record browser activity and to track every program opened, every file saved and every keystroke (including, horrors, passwords).

Want more, purchase “Eblaster” (http://www.spectorsoft.com/purchase/eblaster.htm) and receive screen shot emails every time your target uses the computer.

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