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    Monday, June 26, 2006

    Man Convicted Of Cyberstalking


    Sorry, but I had to kind of chop this post, it was blowing up the blog. But go read the article.


    Anonymous said...

    Very interesting, glad that the FBI is taking this issue seriously. Tips: download every threatening or nasty email, every defamatory blog, send to friends, family, anyone that would embarrass the stalker, but capture all that info in case s/he has second thoughts & erases it later. Make everyone aware!!! Then gather that info, call your local police, they review and authenticate it, if they deem it stalking, they will refer your case to your local FBI and that person will go on record. The longer the defamation goes on, the more seriously it's taken.

    Anonymous said...

    In addition to anonymous' comment - If the stalker lives in a different state, the local authorities will then contact the authorities in that state that s/he lives in and put that info on file. When push comes to shove, you'll have an FBI record ready for court. Freedom of speech stops at defamation, libel, slander and harrassment. If you're a public figure, it can be harder, but for most of us private people, using your photo likeness/name without your permission, is wrong.

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