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This article in the Huffington Post points to findings from a study.. “To a stalker, a college campus is ‘kind of like Disneyworld — you basically know where a victim is at all times,’ lead researcher Patrick Brady, a doctoral research assistant at Sam Houston State, told The Huffington Post. On a college campus, it is easy to know what classes a person is in, what time and where those classes meet, where someone parks their car, where someone eats and where someone lives. Campuses are generally open to the public, and tend to have free Wi-Fi that allows easier cyber-stalking.”
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