Cyber StalkingIn the United States, most stalking laws require the wrongdoer to become a threat to the victim or to the victim's family members. The behavior of the stalker must imply a threat. Some jurisdictions specify the use of e-mail, Internet or other electronic communication in anti-harassment legislation.
The following questions have been addressed in this article:How do cyber stalkers use the Internet?
Are there any legislative measures to control cyber stalking?
What is the penalty for violation of cyber stalking laws in United States?
What methods can be adopted to deal with cyber stalking?