Carlos Enrique Perez-Malara, the creator of the infamous spyware program “Loverspy”, has been indicted for allegedly breaking US federal computer privacy laws and is apparently hiding from federal law enforcement officials. The “Loverspy” spyware was created for people to spy on the internet activities of lovers and spouses.
Four people who purchased and used the spyware program have been indicted as well. If convicted, Perez-Malara faces 175 years in prison and upwards of $8.75 million USD in fines. You can read more details at ‘Loverspy’ program creator indicted, on the run by China Martens @ computerworld.co.nz .