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Supreme Court to hear case on Facebook threats

June 17, 2014 0 Comments

“The Supreme Court agreed Monday to consider a classic free speech conundrum for the 21st century: When do threatening comments made on social media sites such as Facebook cross the line into criminal activity?” Full story on USAToday.com

Cyber – Anonymous

May 27, 2014 0 Comments

Hiding behind a computer screen in a lonely apartment, a downtown office or wi-fi enabled coffee shop, the cyber stalker believes her actions untraceable and maybe even normal. The actions they take pursing their victims seem harmless. Being removed from the real world, the cyber-stalker may not really see the impacts of her behavior, worse, […]

Reporting the On-Line Stalkers

April 24, 2013 0 Comments

By J. David Haskin The laws against stalking in Georgia and across the country are relatively well developed. Likewise, the process and procedures both for seeking protection and enforcing orders are easily employed by attorneys practicing in specialized areas such as family or criminal law. However, in our practice we find that identifying the on-line […]

Is Excessive Unwanted Gift Giving Stalking?

March 23, 2013 0 Comments

Excessive unwanted gift giving is a common tactic used by stalkers to cause a reasonable person to feel fear. Resources: California University, Fullerton – WoMens Center University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Crime Victim Center of Erie County “Excessive gift giving with strings attached, for example “I gave you this, now you owe me”…” – […]

Cyberstalking Behaviors Might Include:

February 26, 2013 0 Comments

Excessive attempts at contact via cell phone, texts, Facebook posts and e-mails Using social media “check-ins” or locational features to physically stalk a victim Excessive delivery of unwanted gifts, cards, or flowers to a victim’s home Contacting or threatening a victim’s family and friends Using your email address to sign up for excessive amounts of […]

Excessive Text Messages

February 23, 2013 0 Comments

Are you receiving excessive, harassing or threatening text messages from someone?  If someone is sending you unwanted or unsolicited text messages, we may be able to help you make them stop.  Many times, the sender of these excessive texts will state that the messages are justified for various reasons. Please save all of these text […]

Excessive Emails

February 23, 2013 0 Comments

Are you receiving excessive, harassing or threatening emails from someone?  If someone is sending you unwanted or unsolicited emails, we may be able to help you make them stop.  Many times, the sender of these excessive emails will state that the emails are justified for various reasons. Please save all of these emails, do not […]

IP Address Tracking

February 23, 2013 0 Comments

A common strategy used by cyberstalkers is to utilize tools like “Google Translate”, “Google Web Preview” or other sites to attempt to hide their IP address while they are stalking you.  We have experienced this tactic and have tools that allow us to track the IP address of the cyberstalker in spite of this strategy. […]

CyberStalking101.com Launches

February 14, 2013 0 Comments

CyberStalking101.com goes live on February 14, 2013. Happy Valentine’s Day! Contact Haskin & Associates for a free, no obligation consultation today. On a mobile device?  Click to call: 678.685.8948.

Cyberstalking is a Real Crime

February 7, 2013 0 Comments

“Aggressive outreach such as persistent emails, harassing posts or text messages are not acceptable forms of online communication and NCSA encourages affected individuals to contact  local law enforcement or victim service agencies to report such activities and get help.” “Stalkers generally leverage various kinds of technologies – including the Internet and Web connected devices – […]