The cyberstalker’s handbook: How stalkers operate, and what you can do to protect yourself

It’s tempting to feel that you’re anonymous online, protected from potential cyberstalkers by cryptic user names and website privacy settings. But is that really true? How easy is it for a malicious person to track someone down, based solely on personal information they’ve made available?[TechRadar UK] launched an investigation to find out.The process started by picking a random person on Flickr. She had an unusual user name that we’re going to call French Puppy (although all personal details have been changed), so no obvious clues there, but her profile linked to a personal website, First name Leah, but what was the T?

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