- High-Tech Stalkers
- "How I Stalked My Girlfriend"
- The Victim's Side
- Identity Assumption
- The Wild, Wild Web
- Sticks and Stones
- The "Stalker" E-Card
- Cyber Stalking and the Law
- Cyber Stalking Facts
- Lethality Assessment Tools
- If You Think You Are Being Cyber Stalked
- Teen/Tech Stalking
- Online GamesThe New Stalker's Ground
- Online Gaming and Malware
- Would You Say It to My Face?
- National School Board Survey
- Women as Perpetrators
Anyone with teenagers knows how comfortable teens are with technology, but this has led to a new form of cyber stalking dubbed "teen/tech stalking" in which cell phones and text messages—the staples of many teens nowadays—are used to harass, dominate, and/or humiliate young people, in most cases teen girls.
Teenage Research Unlimited recently conducted a nationwide survey of 615 teens between the ages of 13 and 18. The results are alarming:
- Thirty percent admit they've been text-messaged or emailed up to 30 times an hour by a boyfriend or girlfriend checking up on them.
- Eighteen percent said their partner has used a social-networking site to harass them.
- Seventeen percent said their partner made them "afraid not to respond to a cell phone call, email, IM, or text message."
- Ten percent said they had been threatened in calls or messages.
- Fifty-eight percent of parents whose teens were physically assaulted by their partner did not know it had happened.