Can Companies Be Held Responsible For Cyberstalking?

Cyberstalking might take the form of a company harassing an individual, who might or might not be another employee of the same company. This type of behavior creates a potential liability risk for the company.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

In what kind of situations might organizations be held liable for cyberstalking?
On what legal grounds might organizations be held liable for cyberstalking?
What is SLAPP and what are the risks associated with this practice?
Does cyberstalking expose companies to any other risk?

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