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Dealing with Cyberstalking and Trolls
Stalking is dangerous and often violent crime that ends up creating distress to its victims.

Cyberstalking is can include all forms of harassment, from ridiculing someone, to sexual harassment, libel, defamation, slander and many more.

It can be also used as a tool to collect information about an individual, or a group, in order to inflict further pain, damages and threat.

Cyberstalking is a criminal act, and if it is performed across border it may have legal implications both at the source and the destination countries. Some countries include cyberstalking in other pieces of legislation while others make explicit laws against stalking.
One of the most infamous cases of cyberstalking was that of Amanda Todd, a Canadian teenager that ended up killing herself after her life had become a nightmare for years.

If you, someone in your family or your business/organisation is the victim of cyberbullying, we can help. We can provide support and help you collect the evidence you will need if you decide to take matters further with the police.

Contact us now, for a discreet and confidential consultation.