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Cyberstalking: Examples, Laws, & Penalties
Cyberstalking: Examples, Laws, & Penalties

Are You a Stalker? You Could Be Without Realizing It. Did you know that an estimated 6 to 7.5 million Americans are stalked every year, while most of them are between ages 18 and 24? 2015 data in the National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey confirms this ...

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    COVID-19 has driven people indoors, replacing much of what we used to do in person with the Internet. Attending school, working, socializing—even more ...

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  • Animal Cruelty Now a Federal Crime

    In the past, animals, especially dogs, cats, horses, sheep, cows, goats, pigs, etc., were viewed as nothing but the property of man, to do what he or ...

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  • Are All White Collar Crimes Federal Offenses?

    “White-collar crime generally encompasses a variety of nonviolent crimes usually committed in commercial situations for financial gain,” according to ...

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  • What Counts as a Crime Against Society?

    When you hear the term, “crimes against the society,” what types of images come to mind? Public intoxication, gambling, prostitution, spousal abuse ? ...

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  • Is Fraud a Federal Crime?

    You probably know that fraud crimes are typically financially-motivated and they involve some form of lying and deceit. The U.S. Department of Justice ...

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