A woman’s work email address does not equate to a “place of employment or business,” and thus her ex-girlfriend could not have stalked her by sending unwanted messages to the account, a Manhattan judge decided.

Criminal Court Judge Steven Statsinger said state law refers to a distinct physical location when mentioning a place of employment or business, and he would apply the same standard to an email address when answering what he said was a question of first impression.

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