The computer may be used as a tool in the following kinds of activity- financial crimes, sale of illegal articles, pornography, online gambling, intellectual property crime, e-mail spoofing, forgery, cyber defamation, cyber stalking. Defense Department’s ARPANET, was designed to link computer networks to various radio and satellite networks.25 The first judicial opinion to mention the Internet was United States v.

The computer may however be target for unlawful acts in the following cases- unauthorized access to computer/computer system/computer networks, theft of information contained in the electronic form, e-mail bombing, data didling, salami attacks, logic bombs, Trojan attacks, internet time thefts, web jacking, theft of computer system, physically damaging the computer system. Morris.26 The defendant in Morris was a graduate student who had released an Internet worm that paralyzed thousands of university and military computers throughout the United States.27 In the same year, Robert Riggs was prosecuted for gaining unauthorized access to a Bell South computer and misappropriating proprietary information about the telephone company’s 911 system.

I have met people here that live close to me and we have became such good friends!!

In a controversial decision, an anthropologist was denied tenure at the University of West Australia in Rindos v. A rival anthropologist, Hardwick, posted a statement supporting the university’s decision and accusing Rindos of sexual deviance and of research detrimental to the aboriginal people of Australia.30 Although an Australian court assessed this first damages award in an Internet tort case, the vast majority of subsequent cyber torts have been litigated in America.

During the past decade, American tort law is beginning to evolve to address online injuries such as Internet defamation, e-mail stalking, spamming, and trespassing on web sites.

As such, the Internet has literally become a fertile breeding ground for an entirely new and unique type of criminal offender hereafter known as the cyber stalker – an offender who uses the Internet as a tool or weapon of sorts to prey upon, harass, threaten, and generate immense fear and trepidation in its victims through sophisticated stalking tactics.

This paper presents a glimpse into the deviant behaviors and tactics associated with cyber stalking crimes, legislative intervention measures, and preventative initiatives created specifically to curtail this emerging global crime.

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Everbody is singular and we have to resepct everybody.Our society has come to rely on the sheer size, technological power, and lightening fast speed of the Internet to seek out immeasurable pages of information, explore the unknown, and communicate with virtually anyone, anywhere, and at anytime across the globe.Conversely, the Internet has opened windows of previously unknown criminal opportunities that not only challenge, but also transcend all physical boundaries, borders, and limitations to detect, punish, and diminish what appears to be a mounting problem of global proportion.There is apparently no distinction between cyber and conventional tort.However on a deep introspection we may say that there exists a fine line of demarcation between the conventional and cyber tort, which is appreciable.It doesn't matter what skin colour somonene has or what clothes he or she wear.