Laws help protect online harassers

Credits: San Francisco Chronicle
By: Chronicle Columnist

'Internet users who post personal information are finding stalkers can use it as a tool for harassment.'
'Carla Franklin landed on a Facebook page created under her name. She was shocked to see her own image staring back, a swimsuit photo from her earlier days as a model. Worse yet, Franklin also found a YouTube channel dedicated to her, featuring a student film she had acted in years before. The page labeled her a prostitute and listed her contact information.'

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