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Purveyors of spy tech target three particular camps when it comes to computer surveillance: parents who want to know what their kids are up to online; employers convinced Sal from accounting is spending more time on porn sites than with Excel spreadsheets; and suspicious minds convinced their lover has done them wrong.
It is with these market segents in mind that logging software has become commonplace.
Just like in the movies where a tiny flash drive steals away vital data, there's the USB plug-in SpyCobra, which installs a small piece of keylogging software enabling you to keep tabs on the Web browsing habits of your kids, spouse or employees -- all for less than $200 and just one of a wide range of similar USB devices and software packages designed for the task.
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