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Man pleads innocent to tracking co-worker's computer keystrokes

A former insurance claims manager accused of planting a keystroke recording device on a workplace computer has pleaded innocent in federal court. Larry Lee Ropp, 46, was indicted last month on one count of endeavoring to intercept electronic communications, a violation of federal wiretapping statutes. Ropp is accused of installing the device, known as a keystroke logger, on a computer used by the secretary to the Anaheim company’s vice president in order to obtain e-mails, passwords, mailings lists and other information. The indictment charges he gave some documents relating to the company’s handling of claims to the California Department of Insurance. Full Story

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