British cyber-stalking laws: police review urged

A senior police officer is calling on the government to review whether laws governing cyber-stalking in the UK are fit for purpose.Greater Manchester Assistant Chief Constable Garry Shewan wants police to be given more powers to seize computers used to harass victims online.It is hard to prove who committed stalking even though it is easy to establish which computer was used.The Home Office says it is investigating the issue.
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