When Cyberspace Meets Criminal Law
The definition of Cyber stalking is when someone uses the internet or some other electronic device to stalk or harass another person, group of people or an organization. Cyber stalking can include wrong accusations, monitoring of someone’s actions, making threats, damage to data or equipment, selling a minor for intercourse, etc. Cyber stalking is different from offline stalking, although it can lead to stalking outside of the internet and electronic devices. Much confusion occurs when referring to cyber stalking, victims of cyber stalking may not realize what is happening to them, what their rights are and what legal action they can take. If you have specific questions about cyber stalking, you can ask a Lawyer on JustAnswer for legal insights and Expert opinion on your specific situation.