My way of fighting Cyberstalking, Cyberbullying and Cyberharrassment

This website is created to help and educate our children, business owners, and regular people like us about Cyberbullying, Cyberharrassment, Cyberstalking ...you are not alone and there is help.  The Information in this site provides links for additional information and assistance.  

Definition - Cyberstalking, Cyberharrassments and Cyberstalking


Cyberstalking.  Cyberstalking is the use of the Internet, email or other electronic communications to stalk, and generally refers to a pattern of threatening or malicious behaviors. Cyberstalking may be considered the most dangerous of the three types of Internet harassment, based on a posing credible threat of harm. Sanctions range from misdemeanors to felonies.


Cyberharassment. Cyberharassment differs from Cyberstalking in that it is generally defined as not involving a credible threat. Cyberharassment usually pertains to threatening or harassing email messages, instant messages, or to blog entries or websites dedicated solely to tormenting an individual. Some states approach cyberharrassment by including language addressing electronic communications in general harassment statutes, while others have created stand-alone cyberharassment statutes.


Cyberbullying. Cyberbullying and cyberharassment are sometimes used interchangeably, but for the purposes of this chart, cyberbullying is used for electronic harassment or bullying among minors within a school context. Recent cyberbullying legislation reflects a trend of makaing school districts the policy enforcers of such misconduct. As a result, statutes establish the infrastructure for schools to handle this issue by amending existing school anti-bullying policies to include cyberbullying or electronic harassment among school age children. The majority of these state laws establish sanctions for all forms of cyberbullying on school property, school busses and official school functions. However, some have also extended sanctions to include cyberbullying activities that originate off-campus, believing that activities off-campus can have a chilling and disruptive effect on children's learning environment. The sanctions for cyberbullying range from school/parent interventions to misdemeanors and felonies with detention, suspension, and expulsion in between. Some of these laws promote Internet safety education or curricula that covers cyberbullying.

Where and How to file Cyber Complaints? 

FBI Internet Complaint Center


Cyber911 - Wiredsafety.org 


Government Cyber Alert and Links

Wanted by FBI Cyber Crime



National Cyber Alert System



State Cyberstalking, Cyberharassment and Cyberbullying Laws





Helpful Information and Contributors to this Site:

A Brief Review of State Cyberbullying Laws and Policies by

 Sameer Hinduja, Ph.D. and Justin W. Patchin, Ph.D.
Cyberbullying Research Center


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