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More than 1 in 4 stalking victims reported some form of
cyberstalking was used, such as e-mail (83%) or instant
messaging (35%) . Electronic monitoring was used
to stalk 1 in 13 victims. Video or digital cameras were
equally likely as listening devices or bugs to be used to
electronically monitor victims (46% and 42%). Global positioning
system (GPS) technology comprised about a tenth
of the electronic monitoring of stalking victims.
U.S. Dept. of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics 2009
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