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As related to telephone and Internet communications, etc.
INVASION OF PRIVACY: Publishing UNLISTED, PRIVATE information about an individual on the Internet or using other venues.
E-mail addresses; telephone numbers; street addresses. Publishing other unauthorized PRIVATE INFORMATION.
(To "publish" may include sending even ONE e-mail to a third party, especially to a person involved in media, a "public figure" or "limited public figure". The recipient may then distribute the private information to a few, or many others.)
HARASSMENT: Sending unsolicited, unwanted e-mails to a person, once he/she has issued a directive (privately or publicly) to cease and desist.
Telephone calls to a person, once he/she has issued a directive (publicly or privately) to cease and desist.
Attempting any form of unwanted contact/communication with a person, once he/she has issued a directive (privately or publicly) to cease and desist.
CYBER-STALKING: Aggressive/intrusive behavior whereby a person is stalked by unwanted e-mail, including of a harassing and/or threatening nature. "Harassment" may be determined as ANY form of unwanted communication.
Stalking by using public message boards, to post libelous, harassing and/or threatening messages to/about the target.
FORGERY & IDENTITY THEFT: Unauthorized use of a person's name for any unlawful/malicious purpose; stealing a name for use in committing a crime; or for any form of solicitation (including of crimes against the targeted person); the use of a name on bogus documents/written material, which the identity thief/forger may falsely claim was written and/or posted and/or otherwise distributed by the target.
RESOURCES: SEE THESE LINKS
STALKING LAWS BY STATE
Note: The above is only a general summary for information purposes, and not intended as legal advice. See resources for more detailed information.