In the anonymous world of the Internet, it is difficult to verify a stalker’s identity, collect the necessary evidence for an arrest and then trace the cyberstalker to a physical location.
If you are a victim of cyberstalking, try to gather as much physical evidence as possible and document each contact.
Even with strong privacy settings or a private profile, a stalker might be able to access your account.
A few of the ways this can be accomplished include: Often related to social media is another type of harassment called “revenge porn,” or the online posting of explicit photos or videos of people without their permission.
Learn more about preventing identity theft by reading PRC's guide How to Reduce Your Risk of Identity Theft.3.