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Offline Stalking Resources

Cyberstalking is threatening behavior or unwanted advances using the Internet and other forms of online and computer communications. National Center for Victims of Crime

What is Cyberstalking? -- Its when an online incident spirals so out of control it gets to a point where a victim fears for his or her life.

Cyberstalking and harassment FAQ

Cyberstalking: A New Challenge for Law Enforcement and Industry- A Report from the Attorney General to the Vice President.

Safety Tips For Parents And Teens CBS news

Tracking Cyber-Predators

Checking Up On Online Partners

We can use the Internet to save future crime victims, however, we must set up the proper mechanisms.

The Terrifying Truth About Online Stalking

Tips to help you stay safe online -- If you have been harassed or stalked online see: What To Do If You've Been Harassed Online and follow the instructions there.

You've got hate mail -- First I expected it; now I'm scared. Salon

Cyberangels -- Formed to help people who need help online. Whether you're being cyberstalked, harassed or defrauded, find child pornography or cyberpredators; even if you just want to learn how to use the Internet better or have simple questions about how things work, we can help.

WHOA -- A volunteer organization to fight online harassment through education of the public, law enforcement personnel, and empowerment of victims. Our volunteers work with people currently experiencing online harassment, and help others to learn how to avoid such harassment or minimize its impact if it does occur. We recently released our first Cyberstalking Statistics Report. See also sexual harassment and violence.

John E. Robinson Sr. 58, "Slavemaster" the world's 1st-known Internet serial killer.guilty of capital murder for the deaths of Suzette Trouten, 27, and Izabela Lewicka, 21, whose bodies were found on his rural Kansas property. He was convicted of 1st-degree murder for the death of Lisa Stasi, 19, whose body was never found, and arranging the fraudulent adoption of her 4-month-old baby.

Anyone You Want Me to Be: A True Story of Sex and Death on the Internet by John Douglas -- Olathe, Kansas, a balding, pudgy father of 4 sits in prison convicted on 3 counts of homicide -- 2 capital murder -- and suspected in at least 5 other disappearances. During the late 1990s, Robinson exploited the Internet's world of sadomasochism. By haunting chat rooms, he pinpointed vulnerable women looking for romance and stalked them on-line, convincing them of his maturity, sensitivity, and financial stability. He seemed like the perfect man. He enticed women with offers of a solid relationship and a lucrative job, persuading them to move to his hometown. Once in Kansas, the women disappeared. After a dramatic trial and days of intense jury deliberation, Robinson faces the death penalty. Most alarming is how he selected and lured his victims and how willingly they responded. Robinson expanded the hunting ground, techniques, and technology of the sexual predator. Law enforcement officers, prosecutors reveal what can go wrong in a world where relationships are devoid of physical contact, showing how easily we can be drawn into the underground of cybercrime. As technology proliferates, so do opportunities for criminals like Robinson. A cautionary tale about strangers and false intimacy.

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