Tag: cyberstalking

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, […]

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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 […]

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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 – […]

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