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  • verb Present participle of cyberstalk.


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  • He said the city attorney's office supports the department's contention that the content of the videos meets the definition of cyberstalking.

    The Seattle Times

  • Stalking single friends - there's not an app for that FACEBOOK has banned a new app, one that has been described as a cyberstalking tool, that notifies you of other people's changed relationship status.

    The Australian | News |

  • The practice is not limited to children but distinction in age groups is usually marked by a different choice of words: the adult experience of online abuse is usually referred to as cyberstalking or cyberharassment. undertook a study on cyberbullying in November 2009, involving 15,000 children.

    Education news, comment and analysis |

  • That’s not what cyberstalking is … but why don’t you check out the head of state thread?

    Matthew Yglesias » Everything is Off The Table

  • She started working on her book right after that—a book about something called cyberstalking.

    Fatal Error

  • She started working on her book right after that—a book about something called cyberstalking.

    Fatal Error

  • The World Wide Web has created a new criminal epidemic known as cyberstalking and women seeking refuge find the path to freedom much more difficult than ever before because of the increasing number of abusers who are using technology to stalk.

    Violence Against Women « AAUW Dialog

  • Police in a Rhode Island town filed charges against 59-year old costume shop owner Ann Bruno for allegedly "cyberstalking" a competitor.

    Boing Boing

  • Expands the definition of "cyberstalking" to include various acts, such as the creation of an Internet site that lasts at least 24 hours and harasses or threatens someone.

    The State Journal-Register Home RSS

  • Wait, it gets weirder — the writer blamed her editor for “the language used in dialogue or even sequencing of scenes” before threatening to report those disagreeing with her for cyberstalking and to file “felony” charges.

    Rage-Inducing LinkBlogging » Comics Worth Reading


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