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Have you been hakced?

September 23, 2016
Have you been hakced?

There have been thousands of data breaches over the past few years resulting in millions of passwords being potentially compromised, and we are talking some huge sites! What are the chances that your account details were included in one of these breaches? There is an easy way to find out, and we will also tell […]

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False allegation by cyber stalker arrest warrant chris bennetts

May 1, 2016
False allegation by cyber stalker arrest warrant chris bennetts

I have been the target of a known internet troll and Cyber Stalker for a number of years now who has published many false allegations about me, and dozens of other expats in the Philippines. In the past I worked with a number of other expats to get the false allegations removed including the many […]

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Matt Wilkie’s cyber stalker

September 25, 2014
Matt Wilkie’s cyber stalker

Matt Wilkie has been targeted by the same cyber stalker as myself. Unlike Matt I do not like to mention the guys name as cyber stalkers live for the attention. So I try to deny him that satisfaction of seeing his name. If anyone is really interested they can view Matt’s video and will see […]

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Internet trolls have dark triad personality types

September 23, 2014
Internet trolls have dark triad personality types

We all know what internet trolls are. They join discussions and post comments designed to upset people or generally disrupt the conversation. They lie, exaggerate, distort and intentionally misunderstand what others say in order to get a response. They often don’t really care about the topic and will even take whatever side of the argument […]

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Wil Wheatons advice on dealing with Bullies

April 1, 2014
Wil Wheatons advice on dealing with Bullies

Fans of Star trek will recognize Wil Wheaton and last year at the Denver Comic Con he was asked a question about being called a nerd.  Watch his response in this video where he describes that… When I was a boy I was called a nerd all the time. Because I didn’t like sports, I […]

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Comparison of Cyberstalking and Stalking

February 11, 2013
Comparison of Cyberstalking and Stalking

A new study has revealed the real cost and difference, both emotionally and financially, to victims of cyberstalking and traditional stalking. With the development of new technologies, cyberstalking has become an invasive, non-stop attack upon victims. Victims of cyberstalking take more self-protective measures, pay higher out-of-pocket costs to combat the problem and experience greater fear […]

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Cheerleader Takes On Facebook Cyberbullying

February 11, 2013
Cheerleader Takes On Facebook Cyberbullying

Former Green Bay Packers cheerleader Kaitlyn Collins has shown the world that you don’t have to sit down and take cyberbullying on the chin. The comments shared on the Chicago Bears Fan Facebook page were both downright degrading and insulting, going to the other end of the spectrum of being supportive to her and disgusted […]

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Anonymity Needs To Go

January 30, 2013
Anonymity Needs To Go

Anonymity should not be the norm, says Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web This is what the inventor of the World Wide Web, Tim Berners-Lee, said is what is required on social networking sites in order for the internet to advance. He argues that as more data becomes available online, more transparency […]

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Cyber Bullies Have Real World Allies

January 28, 2013
Cyber Bullies Have Real World Allies

Cyber Bullying and Real Life Bullying Closely Linked Studies have shown that teen suicides caused by cyber bullying involve real life bullying. Cyber bullying is normally perpetrated through media such as social networks, texting, emailing, image and picture messaging. Of 41 cyberbullying-related suicides covered in the news since 2003, the victims were subjected to both […]

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Apps Aid Cyberstalkers

January 28, 2013
Apps Aid Cyberstalkers

Some mobile apps, such as Girls Around Me, could be used by criminals Most smartphone apps are fun and entertaining but police and technology experts are cautioning unwary women about certain apps that reveal personal information to would-be stalkers. One such app, Girls Around Me, sparked online outrage recently from critics who say it takes […]

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