Cyberstalkers Hard To Catch
It's a unique problem; the Internet provides us with the means to experience the world, and make new friends from wherever we are.
But it also opens the door to those who prey on others.
And as yet, legislature to protect the victims of cyberstalkers is so broad that not all stalkers can be prosecuted. This is potentially dangerous, since many online stalkers make the move to real life stalking.
In the mean time, the best thing that any individual can do is to protect themselves. Online safety experts recommend several ways to do this; never give personal information online, employ services (like dating sites) that employ background screening, or do some yourself whenever possible. And, if you feel threatened, take action in a way that doesn’t put you in any further danger.
The best way to do this is to get keystroke monitoring software. Awareness Tech's WebWatcher is the perfect example. It's easy to use, totally invisible, and records every chat, email, image and webpage on your computer. Then, you can take this data to the police and file a claim that will put your cyberstalker away.