Web Stalkers Book exposes criminal tactics
Oracle Database Tips by Donald Burleson
In this age of instant publishing it is very easy
for criminals to conspire to harass, defame and attack their victims.
But there is some hope, and some tough new laws like felony
anonymous "annoyances" can be felonies,
efforts to bring safety to the Internet. The NBC Dateline
show cites that there are over 50,000 web predators on the
internet at any time.
"There is an appointed time for everything. And there is a time.",
December 6, 2005
"Web Stalkers" is a true revelation for anyone seeking to understand
the phenomena, detailing how any malefactor can become empowered by
conducting false light defamation campaigns and web conspiracies
through online forums, blogs and more...
For the first time the stratagem behind this kind of treachery is
exposed. And although justice may never be served, it is all the
more relevant that pause be given to recognize how embarrassingly
simple it is to seduce the average person into conspiring,
committing and justifying unconscionable, shameful and criminal
As much as "Web Stalkers" is vindication for the victims emerging
from this new frontier in communications and a guide for the future
and prevention, it also serves a double role as a deterrent for
would be web conspirators and stalkers who may not be aware that
they are also would be criminals as well. Unfortunately for far too
many normally average everyday people it is too late... The
anonymity and the immediacy of this new form of communication has
brought out the worst in them.
At least with a book like "Web Stalkers" there is some closure and
vindication for those who have been searching for this information
for years. After reading it, the criminal wrongdoing that has always
been suspect of being present online but never really clearly
defined, is finally revealed. There is no second-guessing any of it
As for the new age of criminals, "There is an appointed time for
everything. And there is a time."
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