Cyberstalkers can be either strangers or people you know (sometimes ex-partners), and there are many different motives. The more determined or obsessive stalkers become, the more likely they are to move from one online channel to another until your online presence is fully intruded upon. They commonly obtain their information about you via your online details of personal and financial affairs, relationships, social and work life and your location.
In November 2012, stalking became a named offence in England and Wales for the first time.
Protect Yourself Against Cyberstalking
If you are Affected by Cyberstalking
If you’ve experienced cybercrime, you can contact the charity Victim Support for free and confidential support and information.
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