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Increasing numbers of couples going through divorces are using surveillance equipment to spy on their spouses, lawyers have warned.

Maguire Family Law said one in five of the 400 people they support getting a divorce uses spying devices to snoop on their spouses.

The proportion of spouses using such technology has risen by 60 per cent in recent years - with the firm saying one in eight seeking a divorce spied on their partner a decade ago.

Read the full article here: The Independent

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