Man handed suspended sentence in cyberstalking first

Andrew Meldrum - who bugged computers to spy on women - has been given a 12-month suspended sentence and a fine after being convicted in the first case of its kind. Meldrum installed software on his victims' computers to take images covertly.

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Man to be sentenced in UK's first cyberstalking case

Andrew Meldrum had three separate victims. Credit: PA

A man is due to be sentenced today in the country's first cyberstalking case.

Andrew Meldrum, 30, remotely filmed a woman using software he installed on her laptop.

Meldrum has admitted three counts of unauthorised access to computer material and was found guilty of two counts of voyeurism after a trial at Woolwich Crown Court.

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