Victim’s Crusade Leads to Cyberstalking Law in Washington

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When Washington Gov. Gary Locke signed a bill yesterday making cyberstalking a crime, it was a victory for Joelle Ligon, who had made passage of the law a personal crusade. Ligon, who endured years of sexual harassment, threats, mind games and public humiliation, was frustrated by not getting help from the police, reports the Seattle
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