Cop installs keylogger on his wife’s sensitive work computer, gets probation. Does the punishment fit the crime?
A man decides to snoop on his wife’s online activity to see if she’s being unfaithful by attaching a hardware keylogger to her PC. He goes after her work machine which is used for sensitive court work, including payment processing. He’s a cop. He receives probation and a fine as a punishment. Is that enough?