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8 Basic Steps To Help Protect Yourself From Cyber Stalkers
 
1. Share as little as possible about yourself on public platforms.

1. Share as little as possible about yourself on public platforms.

2. Frequently change your e-mail addresses and passwords.

2. Frequently change your e-mail addresses and passwords.

3. Don

3. Don't use public WiFi networks.

4. Stay sharp and alert.

4. Stay sharp and alert.

5. Change your privacy settings on all online accounts.

5. Change your privacy settings on all online accounts.

6. Always use a security software program to prevent spyware from being installed on your laptop/computer.

6. Always use a security software program to prevent spyware from being installed on your laptop/computer.

7. Turn off the metadata in photos.

7. Turn off the metadata in photos.

8. Always log out from all online accounts.

8. Always log out from all online accounts.

 
 
 
 
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