Category: Cyberstalking

In today’s digital age, the internet has become an integral part of our lives, enabling us to connect, communicate, and conduct various activities online. While this has opened up countless opportunities, it has also given rise to new challenges, including cybersex offenses and the presence of online predators.

North Carolina, like many states, has developed a legal framework to address these issues and protect its residents. In this blog post, we will explore how North Carolina handles alleged cybersex offenses, online harassment, and accusations of being an online predator.

Understanding Cybersex Offenses:

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According to new legislation passed by the North Carolina House of Representatives, using a GPS device to track others against their will may soon constitute a crime.

The chamber voted Wednesday, September 2, adding GPS tracking to a list of crimes under the title of “cyberstalking.” The bill was originally approved by the Senate in the spring, and will now return to the Senate, where legislators will vote on the changes the House made to the law.

Cyberstalking—a term that includes electronic communication technologies under previously existing stalking laws—is already a Class 2 [...]