Running Head: CYBERPEST
CyberPest: CyberStalking, CyberHarressment & CyberBullying
Table of Contents
I. Cyber-Stalking 3
II. Cyber-Harassment 5
III. Cyber-Bullying 8
IV. Prevention 10
Parental Tools 11
Educational Aid 12
Where to go for Help 13
Cyber-Pest: Cyber-Stalking, Cyber-Harassment & Cyber-Bullying
Cyber-stalking is a criminal phenomenon that can damage the reputation of a man viciously. What's behind this form of digital psycho-terror and ...view middle of the document...
Stalking is not a gender-specific phenomenon (Kraft & Jinchang, 2009). However, in the over 90% of cases the perpetrators men and women are the victims. Researchers from a broad distribution of five different groups of offenders: one ex-partners, relatives or friends who want to achieve by stalking a reconciliation, for the second lover, whose love is unrequited, for the third so-called incompetent suitor, the one meetings to reach a person, in which they are not in love, for the fourth stalker who simply want to spread fear and terror. A fifth group of offenders actually see researchers in violent stalkers who want to inflict on their victims physical harm. A newer group of cyber-stalkers are criminals who commit crimes for financial and/or business reasons equivalent offenses (Dashora, 2011). Their number is expected to increase further in the future, if not initiate policy and soon as possible countermeasures.
The law in respect to cyber-stalking is as follows:
1. Whoever imitates a people without authority, by persistently its proximity visits, manufacture using means of telecommunication or other means of communication or contact with him through a third party attempts to do such thing, misuses the personal data, orders for goods or services for abandoning him or inducing third parties to make contact, or performs other similar actions by affecting his way of life is severely punished with imprisonment up to three years or a fine.
2. Imprisonment of three months to five years can be seen, if the offender, the victim, a relative of the victim or another person close to the victim by the offense in the risk of death or serious bodily injury brings.
3. The perpetrator causes the death by the act the victim, a relative of the victim or another person close to the victim, the penalty is imprisonment from one year to ten years.
4. In the cases of paragraph 1, the deed will be pursued only upon request, unless the prosecuting authorities deem that because of the particular public interest in prosecution is essential because for ex (Mishna, Saini & Solomon, 2009).
As cyber-stalking, cyber-harassment includes all activities that are called to be carried out with the aid of technical means of communication such as via mobile phones, the Internet, via email, etc… In cyber-harassment, the harasser makes his largely unrecognized perform activities or used to conceal his identity. There are two different situations of Cyber-harassment,
1. Harassment and threats remain online, and
2. Harassment and threats online which also entered into real life.
Although they are both terrifying and traumatic for the victim, only one is physically dangerous. And the laws in your jurisdiction may cover only the real threats and harassment (Marcum, Higgins, Freiburger & Ricketts, 2010).
Online harassment usually occurs against women harassed by men, or children harassed by adult...