Stalking victims can stop stalking when they learn to practice privacy living. Indeed, depending on the level of personal privacy one chooses, it is possible to learn how to hide and disappear completely and never be found-not from an abusive ex-husband, a workplace privacy stalker, one who engages in phone stalking or any other type of harassment stalking.
Home privacy is of utmost importance to stalking victims or others who want to avoid a stalking crime. Using a new identity and renting under an alternate name has been effective. Becoming a roommate of one holding a lease or title to a home dwelling is a quick method of living beneath the radar.
Telephones held anonymously will prevent phone stalking. Cell telephones purchased for cash over the counter without ties to your true name, address or credit bureau files, prevent phone stalking.
Internet stalking, a problematic stalking crime may be remedied while avoiding the use of one’s true name in all e-mail communications, computer registrations, and online purchases.
Harassment stalking can be avoided when high level privacy standards are followed. And being stalked may become a dangerous problem as stalkers are both persistent and frequently harm their stalking victims.