Creating a new identity is one sure way of breaking the trail from your old life-the one that the dangerous stalker has invaded, to the new you. When you create a new identity, only those you meet from this point forward, will be capable of invading your personal privacy. So, choose what you tell your new friends and acquaintances wisely, and carefully plan who you want to talk to about your personal life.
An internet stalker who knows you by a pseudo name will have no clue as to how to invade your home privacy. Nor will he/she be able to engage in phone stalking when you are careful not to tie your true name to your alternate name, as you buy a cell telephone for cash, and load it with minutes via a pay as you go card-purchased for cash, too.
An internet service provider account held in a company name or through a nominee is a good idea and will prevent an internet stalker from learning your true identity from an ISP privacy invasion.
Phone stalking by an internet stalker will be unsuccessful as your location and personal information will be undetectable when your privacy living plan includes an anonymous cell telephone and a private internet provider service account.
Carefully guard your domain name through domain privacy principles as I have described in my best-selling e-book, Priavcy Crisis. You can be reading this book in just five minutes from now and begin how to force that stalker to stop stalking-no matter what form the stalking crime takes.