Victoria targets Net stalkers

Cyber-stalkers from around the world could be jailed for up to 10 years in Victoria under Australia’s first legislation policing internet intimidation. Victorian Attorney-General Rob Hulls said the Crimes Act definition of stalking would be extended to cover e-mail communication, the manipulation of another person’s computer and the publishing of offensive material on the internet

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