Enero es el Mes Nacional de Concientización sobre el Acecho/Acoso en Estados Unidos

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La Historia del Mes Nacional de Concientización sobre el Acecho (National Stalking Awareness Month)

En enero de 2004, el Centro Nacional para Víctimas del Delito lanzó Nacional de Concientización sobre el acecho Mes (NSAM) para aumentar el conocimiento del público del delito de acoso. NSAM surgió de el trabajo del Centro de Recursos de acecho, un programa del Centro Nacional financiado por la Oficina de Violencia Contra la Mujer del Departamento de Justicia de Estados Unidos, para crear conciencia sobre el acecho y ayudar a desarrollar e implementar respuestas multidisciplinarias a la delincuencia. Sigue leyendo

Am I a Stalker?

If you are not sure whether or not your behavior classifies as stalking (“menacing by stalking” in some states), refer to the laws for your state, province, or country. If this is still not clear, an attorney may be able to provide you with additional information. Legal Resources are provided as a place for you to start.

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El ciberacoso y las tecnologías del terrorismo interpersonal

Cyberstalking and the technologies of interpersonal terrorism
BRIAN H. SPITZBERG San Diego State University
GREGORY HOOBLER Michigan State University, East Lansing Sigue leyendo

An exploration of predatory behaviour in cyberspace: Towards a typology of cyberstalkers by Leroy McFarlane and Paul Bocij

Abstract

Over the last few years governments, law enforcement agencies, and the media have noted increases of online harassment. Although there has been a great deal of research into ‘offline stalking’, at this moment in time there has been no formal research that attempts to classify cyberstalkers. This study aimed to identify a classification of cyberstalkers by interviewing victims. Twenty-four participants were interviewed and their responses logged on a 76-item Cyberstalking Incident Checklist. A typology of cyberstalkers was developed. Sigue leyendo