Stalking is a much misunderstood phenomenon in our society and legal system. Popular myths misrepresent the reality of stalking and downplay its seriousness.

For example, a recent commercial for wireless service features a young woman perched in a tree outside a man’s house as she uses her cellphone to peruse his Internet profiles. The woman is portrayed as slightly creepy but ultimately harmless.

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