Friday, May 27, 2011
Stalking and the Internet
In the last decade, the number of attacks with the use of new media. The so-called cyberbulling is primarily a phenomenon on the Internet. The network gives us unlimited access to information. It is also one of the main channels of communication. Internet is not always associated with the benefit of technology, especially for those who fall victim to cyber criminals. Social networking sites like Facebook led to an increase in crimes related to the use of someone else's image and impersonating another person. Increasingly, one hears of cases of false accounts for the emergence of social networking sites. It is also a kind of stalkingu. Using the data and the image of a persecuted people, stalker makes contact with friends of the victim. His activity on the site is dependent on the objective they want to achieve. Maybe because through contact with friends to control his victim, but also, speaking on its behalf, violate the human dignity.
Posted by Kev Donovan at 1:52 AM