"After deciding to end the relationship, Tina carefully broke all ties with her ex-boyfriend. Then, the first blog post went live. The post was in Tina’s name, discussing her background as a business school graduate who worked in commodities at a bank and then transferred to real estate. The post took a dark turn as it went on to describe Tina as an escort and provided her phone number and address. As more blog posts went live, more people began harassing Tina by looking for an escort. Despite such harassment, Tina was looking for a new job. She received a few offers, then radio silence. She knew the employers were googling her, and she knew exactly what they were finding. Tina’s story reveals how cyberstalking can affect one’s personal life, mental health, job prospects, and financial situation." [..]
Kara Powell, Cyberstalking: Holding Perpetrators Accountable and Providing Relief for Victims, 25 Rich. J.L. & Tech., no. 3, 2019.