Tagged with Cyberstalking

The Art of the Facebook Block

One of my guilty pleasures is the Stuff Mom Never Told You Podcast. On a recent episode they ask, “Can you be Friends with an Ex?”. As usual, hosts Cristen Conger and Caroline Ervin do an excellent job of examining the issues involved with said topic, including siting relevant scientific studies on the subject. Sometimes they … Continue reading

Case Studies, Cyberstalking Pt. III

In Part 1 we distinguished the difference between due diligence and stalking. In Part II I submitted my litmus test questions to red flag when one might be crossing the line. Today, in Part III, we conclude the series with two real life examples. EXAMPLE 1: On the RSVP Dating Stories blog, she gives the … Continue reading

Crossing The Line, Cyberstalking Pt II

In Part 1 I made the case that being prudent is not the same as bonafide stalking. In Part II I will discuss when the line is crossed into the realm of true creeper stalking. Tomorrow we will conclude the series with real-life examples. We all use the term “stalking” loosely in day-to-day conversation.

Trust But Verify, Cyberstalking Pt I

This is a great post from a young lady from down under who asks the question, “Is stalking wrong?”. The question she should be asking is “When is stalking stalking”? What she is calling stalking is what I call prudent due diligence.