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The Age of Cyber Stalking Stalking is a form of harassment The legal definition of harassment is a course of conduct directed at a specific person that causes substantial emotional distress in such person and serves no legitimate purpose or words gestures and actions which tend to annoy alarm and abuse verbally another person Blacks Stalking relates back to the time when harassment was done via the telephone At that point in time it was untraceable The perpetrator believed that they were virtually untouchable Today stalkers hide behind Internet They do so because stalking via the Internet is untraceable When anyone uses the Internet they are using a phone line In essence you would think that it is quite the same thing If you can trace a phone line why cant you trace an Internet contact A common cyber stalking situation one might experience starts off with a message from a screen name they do not know The message might be a simple hello then after repeated contact the tone mig ht change from friendly to threatening What do you do when the tone changes from friendly to threatening The person on the other end goes from attempting to be your friend to playing mind games He or she tells you that he or she knows your name where you live your phone number what kind of car you drive where you go to school where you work and who your boss is The next thing that pops up on the screen is Im coming over to have a little fun When you ask what kind of fun they reply with use your imagination They want you to imagine what they would do to you They may also say to have sex and to kill you According to the web site wwwCyberangelscom there are three types of cyber stalkers There is the obsessional stalker the delusional stalker and the vengeful stalker The obsessional
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