Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of cyberstalker.

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Examples

  • But even as cyber-matchmakers here grow e-dating conferences and invent netiquette for the ethics of finding romance or dissuading cyberstalkers, this engine of moving parts raises a lot of questions.

    Marian Salzman: Love in the Time of Connectivity

  • 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'

  • Sometimes the threats were written in Latin? it is a common tactic of cyberstalkers to use a foreign language, she has since discovered.

    Cyberstalking: tackling the 'faceless cowards'

  • This sort of smear campaign is a common tactic for cyberstalkers, though it is more usually carried out by someone with a grudge.

    Cyberstalking: tackling the 'faceless cowards'

  • "Indeed, cyberstalkers may develop a tolerance to internet-based harassment, requiring more extreme activity in order to achieve the same 'rush'," she wrote in the study, noting that "similar tolerances have been observed among internet-using sexually addicted males."

    Cyberstalking: tackling the 'faceless cowards'

  • If Titus is guest-glogging for Ann, does that mean he has to be subject to a guest crush from me and legions of guest-cyberstalkers from the lunatic ADS fringe?

    Rudolph the red-vested presidential candidate.

  • For example, nearly 20 percent of those with children under 18 online said they had never spoken with them about how to avoid and defend against cyberstalkers and predators.

    Who's talking to your kids online?

  • For example, nearly 20 percent of those with children under 18 online said they had never spoken with them about how to avoid and defend against cyberstalkers and predators.

    Who's talking to your kids online?

  • When things happened to them, they felt compelled to unearth them, to share them, to dissect them in a virtual lecture hall in front of their friends, peers, and assorted sketchy cyberstalkers.

    Miss Misery

  • When things happened to them, they felt compelled to unearth them, to share them, to dissect them in a virtual lecture hall in front of their friends, peers, and assorted sketchy cyberstalkers.

    Miss Misery

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