Cyber stalking


  1. When engaging in online activities, do not divulge your details to anyone.
  2. Do not share your password with anyone.
  3. Set a reminder every 30-45 days to change your password for every online site, including your voicemail, email, Facebook,
    and all other password-protected online sites.
  4. If an online site offers to generate a password for you — accept it, we are much more likely to create traceable passwords
    then an algorithm.
  5. Only accept friend requests from people whom you have met in person.
  6. Don't respond to a private message on any social media platform if you do not know the sender.
  7. Set your security settings on Facebook, to limit the ability of people other than friends to post on your wall.
  8. You can easily block anyone who exhibits suspicious behavior on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
  9. Don't share specific details about your whereabouts or unnecessary identifiable information about yourself on any social media
  10. If anyone takes a photo or video of you to upload to the Internet, you are well within your rights to tell them to stop.
It's up to you to protect yourself as best you can. Post responsibly, chat responsibly, and trust your intuition.