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Extended Research Report/Multi-model Speech - Technology and the Law

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Cyber stalking is considered a crime in every state and territory of Australia. Cyber stalking is an illegal conduct that is intentionally directed at a person on more than one occasion, which is intended to cause the victim harm or distress . The Australian Bureau of Statistics shows that shows that 15 percent of woman have been stalked by a man at least once in their lifetime. This report presents an investigation on the issue of Cyber stalking and address how victims are not receiving the justice they deserve. There is also an analyses of the legal issues concerning a specific case and receive a fact sheet of legislation that also relates to the chosen case.

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Criminal law Abuse Harassment Behavior Stalking Cybercrime Crimes Cyberstalking Stalker Theofillus Sugiaman
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Criminal law Abuse Harassment Behavior Stalking Cybercrime Crimes Cyberstalking Stalker Theofillus Sugiaman
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I am also aware that plagiarism can result in severe penalties. Signature of Student ............................................................... Date: ............................................................ ________________ Maegen Hollindale 11LEA JAC Introduction Cyber stalking is considered a crime in every state and territory of Australia. Cyber stalking is an illegal conduct that is intentionally directed at a person on more than one occasion, which is intended to cause the victim harm or distress (Criminology, 2013). The Australian Bureau of Statistics shows that shows th...
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