California eyes stronger cyberstalking laws

Thursday, 26 April 2007, 2:18 AM EST

California legislators are considering a new bill that would extend the state's antistalking laws to the Internet.

The proposed bill (AB 919) is authored by Republican state Rep. Guy Houston and is designed to prevent individuals from using Web sites such as MySpace.com and Craigslist to deliberately incite harassment or abuse against an individual.

At Computerworld.

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