Definitions

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  • verb transitive To stalk (a person) by means of computer networks.

Etymologies

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cyber- +‎ stalk

Examples

  • So how precisely does one "cyberstalk" children without ever, in any way, shape or form, having had any contact with them of any sort?

    Me! Me! Look at me!!!

  • Fortunately our favourite hack has come up with the answer: cyberstalk the Health Minister's progeny.

    The Sins of the Daughter

  • Fortunately our favourite hack has come up with the answer: cyberstalk the Health Minister's progeny.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • You can cyberstalk the candidates by clicking on the following links.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • They may never come back or they may come back again and again and cyberstalk someone.

    Homemaking Without Worry

  • You can cyberstalk the candidates by clicking on the following links.

    The contenders speak

  • And because it is easier to cyberstalk someone but harder to assess the effect it has, cyberstalkers tend to ratchet up their activity, says Sheridan.

    Cyberstalking: tackling the 'faceless cowards'

  • Why IS a professor at UNC using his paid time to cyberstalk a woman, presumably on a UNC-owned computer?

    Is That Legal?: Michelle Malkin: Blogging While Flying?

  • So then your argument is that Evans "invited" you to cyberstalk his kids because he wouldn't cave in to your threats?

    Me! Me! Look at me!!!

  • Unbathed people from "Billyburg" to "Ban Brancisco" reviled the site, and began copycat websites where "their kind" could communicate and cyberstalk without the rest of the "normal Americans" intruding.

    Archive 2005-09-01

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