By liLbob6598 - 10/01/2012 02:34 - United States
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That's one of the unfortunate drawbacks of modern technology. Tracking someone is easier than you think, especially when so many people willingly share that information on social networking sites like Facebook.
Agreed. It's easy to forget how sacred privacy can be when living in this age of information, but taking the time to think about the ramifications of what is being posted online (and thus, what information will always be out there somewhere in cyberspace) would serve many people well.
Oh, 61, don't worry your pretty little head about it. Just go back to your happy place and enjoy yourself. *slowly pushes toward happy place* Ok, if you really must know. When someone texts you and you do not recognize the number, is it unknown to you? I would say yes. Meaning you can see the number just not know who it is..then again I'm sleep deprived...so I could be far off.
I would 27.... But they say they won't allow me. Something about being too young and my faculties all being intact. So I will just have to settle for the research labs instead. Maybe I can interest you in participating in my study on limited focus and impulsivity of children as a result of media overload at an early age though? ;p
Someone has to be messing with you, if the problem persist I highly suggest you contact law enforcement.
Unfortunately that won't work for as OP does not have any proof or indication on how to report the said 'unknown' texter. I've dealt with this similar problem, the cops won't do anything. So, it is best for OP to block the number or ask her telephone company to block it for her.
Well whoever they are they seem friendly :) I mean, he's nice enough to keep track of where you've been :)
Take a chill pill. It's probably some douchebag messing with you.
Take a chill pill? They sent a god damn list of everywhere op has been. That's called stalking, and it's not worth "taking a chill pill" and assuming that it's just some douchebag. Because if it's not just a douchebag, who knows why they're stalking op and what they could want. Your username fits you quite well.
Actually, that isn't very true. This is a form of harassment and very much a case of stalking, considering the list of places over three days. Law enforcement can do something about the harassment, and if there is more to back up the stalking, there's more that can be done lawfully. I've been "phone harassed" before and had to get the police involved.
OP is in the USA. Also, it probably changes district to district, I've had a friend who was phone harassed up in Canada and the Cops helped her after she called them (took me forever to convince her though.) Really, the worst thing you can do is NOT call the authorities because you ASSUME they will do nothing. The worst thing that will happen if you call them is get "Sorry Ma'am/Sir we can't help you at this time."
I live in Oklahoma in a small bo-dunk town where you'd think the cops would be very protective. I've tried to get a restraining order on my boyfriends ex-wife because she was threatening to kill me, breaking in my house and either stealing all of my stuff or destroying it, and she was following me around and making threatening calls. The cops or the court system didn't do anything to help me at all. They said she would have to actually do something to me. You'd think that making a person worry for their life would be enough for a restraining order, but it's not, where I live I guess..
Thats when you leave your house, hide a bat in a backpack, an tell this oh so special person to meet you
I would call the cops. Sure, it could be someone fucking with you, but, better safe than sorry.
It's probably a virus on your phone. You are texting yourself. Lay off the porn.
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