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cyberharassment

Definitions

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  • noun Harassment that takes place online, in cyberspace.

Etymologies

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cyber- +‎ harassment

Examples

  • While a number of states have laws against cyberharassment or cyberstalking, it can be difficult for authorities to go after suspects who can easily change aliases and may be in another jurisdiction.

    Court Orders Google To Reveal Woman's Online Harasser

  • Many schools are struggling these days in dealing with cyberbullying and cyberharassment that plays out between students outside of the classroom and outside of the school, online and on Facebook.

    Forbes.com: 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 | guardian.co.uk

  • While a number of states have laws against cyberharassment or cyberstalking, it can be difficult for authorities to go after suspects who can easily change aliases and may be in another jurisdiction.

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  • While a number of states have laws against cyberharassment or cyberstalking, it can be difficult for authorities to go after suspects who can easily change aliases and may be in another jurisdiction.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • What Internet activity is "illegal" and what are the consequences are increasingly being defined by new terms in society and the courts - cybersex crimes, cyberharassment, cyberterrorism, and cyberstalking are examples - as early cases of attacks over the Internet against individuals and society are working their ways up the legal systems in America, and around the world, to supreme levels.

    REALNEO for all - Regional Economics Action Links North East Ohio

  • While a number of states have laws against cyberharassment or cyberstalking, it can be difficult for authorities to go after suspects who can easily change aliases and may be in another jurisdiction.

    FOXNews.com

  • This is a relatively new area of law, and federal prosecutors didn't press their first case of cyberharassment until 2004.

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  • This is a relatively new area of law, and federal prosecutors didn't press their first case of cyberharassment until 2004.

    The Peace Train

  • Sánchez's fails in several other respects to clearly define its terms and scope, thus raising serious constitutional concerns about the bill's effect on chilling constitutionally protected free speech, as well as about the due process rights of those who might be prosecuted under the bill. paper, we highlight a number of substantial changes that would need to be made to create a narrowly-tailored bill appropriate to the problem of adult-on-kid cyberharassment.

    The Progress & Freedom Foundation Blog

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