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The director of your department has requested that you conduct some research on the topic of cyber law or Internet law. He has asked you to draft a memo including the following information:
Research, identify, and discuss at least 2 emerging trends or legal issues involving cyber law or Internet law. Examples could include but are not limited to the following topics:
use of social networking for advertising
social networking and employee restraints
Include good research and references to discuss the cyber law issues identified.
Research, identify, and summarize a specific legal case involving a cyber law issue. The summary should include a good description of the facts of the case and the outcome (court's ruling) of the case.
Provide your opinion on the outcome of the case. Do you agree with the court's ruling, or do you feel that a different outcome would have been more justified? Why or why not?
Include all appropriate APA citations and references.
Please submit your assignment.
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Cyber stalking is the same as one ordinary defines stalking, with mere difference that such a stalking is done over internet. Cyber stalking is as much crime as is traditional stalking, but the problem with this case of stalking is the geographical base it can cover and the laws which haven’t been properly laid or are in the process of preparation and then there are also cases where police forces are unaware of such laws.
These all make it quite typical for a victim to make people consider their case and most of the time people consider them as having some psycho problem, which makes it more difficult for them to take themselves as not being at the guilt end. There are no specific laws for cyber stalking.
Every country has inserted a provision for the same in either the Crime Act which restricts stalking or to the Information Technology Acts. In Australia, the victims have remedy under Section 21A(2) and 21A(3) of Victoria's Crime Act, 1958, Section 34A of Crimes Amendment Act, 2000, Section 8 of Crimes (Domestic and Personal Violence) Act 2007 and several other laws in different states.