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Cybertorture and coordinated stalking have a long and sordid history in the UK, the US and other counties around the world. However, many had never heard of either of these tactics until actress Leah Remini shared her own personal experiences, including that of others in her circle, in a documentary series entitled “Scientology and the Aftermath”. In this documentary, coordinated stalking and some forms of cybertorture are referred to as “The Fair Game Law.

In October 2017, a huge story related to these types of intimidation techniques appeared in the news. It was the terrible scandal involving Hollywood film executive Harvey Weinstein, who sexually assaulted more than 80 women over 30 years and then went to extraordinary lengths to neutralize them to not dare speak out against him.

But these tools and tactics have not only been utilized on celebrities. They have been used on ordinary people as well. In 2011 for instance, the Sedgwick County court panel in Kansas had to issue a first of its kind protection order to, James Walbert banning his former business partner from using “electronic means” to harass him. This is a case involving extremely sophisticated technology.

These are not isolated cases. There have been more of such cases involving the use of high tech devices. Click here for some more examples.

The cybertorture and coordinated stalking epidemic hasn’t ceased. In the past few years it has continued to grow exponentially . Earlier this year, Nils Melzer, the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Torture and Other Cruel, Inhumane or Degrading Treatment or Punishment, expressed serious concerns about this phenomenon: He warned that Psychological torture is being exploited by states to circumvent the more widely understood ban on physically inflicting pain and may open the way to a future of cybertorture… What’s even more troubling about these torture methods is that they leave very few physical marks and almost no trail of evidence behind, making prosecution extremely hard to achieve.