Definition of cyberstalking in English:

cyberstalking

Syllabification: cy·ber·stalk·ing
Pronunciation: /ˈsībərˌstôkiNG
 
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noun

  • The repeated use of electronic communications to harass or frighten someone, for example by sending threatening e-mails.
    More example sentences
    • Finally, the motivations behind corporate cyberstalking incidents can be very different to those commonly associated with offline stalking and cyberstalking.
    • In discussing British and American legislation related to stalking and cyberstalking, for example, Bocij considers the concept of a test of reasonableness.
    • Victims of power/control crimes such as cyberstalking often use the Internet to locate web sites that offer help and support.

Derivatives

cyberstalker

noun
More example sentences
  • The participants estimated that the computer literacy of these cyberstalkers was of a wider range than any of the previous group - from fairly low to high.
  • We might also explain the relatively short length of a typical cyberstalking incident by considering how cyberstalkers obtain gratification from their actions.
  • I couldn't agree more, six months later; except bloggers don't have entourages, we have cyberstalkers.

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