Serious cyberstalking is far more common than we think. A recent survey reveals that 88% of us regularly check our ex’s profiles and a full 70%
of us spy from a mutual friend’s account. The study also reveals that those of us who stalk our exes and their new flames on Facebook spend more
time drinking and less time dating than those who just hit “Remove Friend” after a break-up.
That's right. All that harmless cyberstalking that you're doing - it's ruining you. Day in and day out you're losing it and not recovering, you are a
* Criminal cyberstalkers use Facebook as their primary tool.
- 16% use Facebook
- 3% use Twitter
- 1.5% use YouTube
- .5% use Craigslist
- .5% use all dating sites
* Users can make 10 dummy profiles before Facebook bans their IP
Survey of US College Students Show
* 88% spy on their ex with Facebook
* 74% snoop on the ex's new partner with Facebook
* 63% of all Facebook profile are wide open for anyone to view
Since you are a cyberstalker, we know you most likely are a heavy drinker, are lonely, suffer from jealously and cannot find a date or new partner.
Not to mention low self-esteem and depression are in the cards too.
I hope you're not married, because that's a mistake.
* 20% of UK divorce papers cite Facebook founded affairs, flirting, and cyberstalking as reasons for divorce
Lastly, to the losers out there on Facebook cyberstalking - Facebook knows you're a bad seed. They have an algorithm designed to be an alert system
where they know who've you've been with, how long you look at pictures (and which pictures you look at), and the frequency at which you view profiles.
Have you seen Minority Report, or read the Philip K Dick novel? You know, it's the story where law enforcement uses precognition to determine crimes
before they happen. Well no need for magical savants in our world, Facebook may be mandated to share this information with law enforcement so that you
are put on a watch list.
This post isn't about Facebook, or its bashing. It's a reality Facebook is here to stay, and you the cyberstalker are not as sneaky as you think. Not
to mention you're making yourself sick and undesirable as a partner.
edit on 1-11-2012 by Jason88 because: clarity