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Aussie Youngsters Admit To Cyberstalking

A survey by NortonLifeLock, the research arm on cybersecurity software vendor Norton, has found a striking generational difference among Australians’ cyber stalking tendencies in modern day relationships.

Just under half, 49 percent, of Gen Z and Millennials aged 18-39 who have been in a romantic relationship admit to stalking an ex or current partner online.

They also admit to checking on them without their knowledge or consent.

Around 38 percent consider it is acceptable to cyberstalk if they are concerned about their partner’s physical or mental wellbeing.

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