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Cyberstalkers Take To Social Networks Over Dating Sites: STUDY

The Guardian reports that, according to a new study, cyberstalking has become more prevalent than real-world stalking. Alarmed by the rise in online harassment, the British Electronic Communication Harassment Organization (ECHO) at Bedford U…

The Guardian reports that, according to a new study, cyberstalking has become more prevalent than real-world stalking.

Alarmed by the rise in online harassment, the British Electronic Communication Harassment Organization (ECHO) at Bedford University recently conducted a study of the effects of cyberstalking on victims.

Researchers surveyed 250 participants between the ages of 14 and 74, and considered harassment that occurred via social networking sites, email and mobile phones. According to the study, most of the victims’ ages ranged from 20 years old to 39 years old.

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