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 November 11, 2010  Posted by  Court

Eric Lipman writes:

“Cyberstalking” has always seemed like a sort of amorphous, subjective concept to me. Nevertheless, there’s a federal statutemaking it a crime. And the California Appellate Report blogreports today on a case which leads me to believe that one man from Montana made it his mission to show me what cyberstalking is all about.

The opinion is hot off the presses, having just been released today. The defendant, Jeffrey Grob, sounds like a real winner. After his girlfriend a) had a miscarriage; and b) broke up with him, he decided the best way to deal with his grief was to send her a bunch of e-mails and text messages.


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