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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of cyberstalk.


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  • I really don't think that's a good idea, as someone who has been mildly "cyberstalked" I can tell you that it's very easy for someone to find out all sorts of things about you once they have your real name.

    The Guardian World News

  • Inspired by yesterday's post about Victoria's Secret's e-snooping, Julia says she felt cyberstalked by a Volvo dealership.

    A Volvo Dealership E-Stalked Me - The Consumerist

  • I hope all those cute boys cry in their old age when they realize all the Missed Connections they've had, all as a result of their inability to be cyberstalked.

    misspinkkate Diary Entry

  • Just ask Cynthia Armistead, who says she's been cyberstalked since 1996 by a convicted felon.

    CNN Transcript Aug 8, 2004

  • The British Crime Survey 2006 estimates up to 5 million people experience stalking each year, but there are no official statistics on the percentage cyberstalked. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Two other victims, including a 13-year-old, have told authorities that they were cyberstalked before the computer seizure, prosecutors said.

  • During Tuesday's arraignment in Los Angeles, the federal judge increased Chaney's bail to $110,000 from $10,000 in the wake of three new accusations of cyberstalking -- including one celebrity victim who wasn't identified and was allegedly cyberstalked after authorities seized Chaney's computer earlier this year.

  • Prosecutor Eric Iverson claims the 36-year-old woman cyberstalked Cashman and tried to extort $15,000 out of him.

    NYDN Rss

  • Phillips 'private life became front page fodder for the tabloids when a 22-year-old production assistant he was having an affair with allegedly threatened his wife-by bombarding her at the Phillips home - and cyberstalked his teenage son.


  • (CBS) Carla Franklin, who believed she was cyberstalked, is claiming victory in a case involving harassment when defamatory comments about her were posted online.

    Breaking News: CBS News


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