Following on a similar indictment against another Washington man, federal prosecutors now say Seattle resident Frederick Eugene Wood used peer-to-peer file sharing software -- often used to illegally swap music and videos online -- to steal identifying information from other users computers.
In court documents, investigators allege that Wood specifically targeted parents whose children downloaded file-sharing software and inadvertently opened their computers to anyone on the Internet.
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