Internet 'Satan' busted on Staten Island after decades of harassment, cyberstalking

"Cyberstalkers often target women, and aim “to hijack the victim's sense of safety," said Danielle Citron, a law professor at the University of Maryland and a cyberstalking expert.

Stalkers often use lies and impersonation to manipulate internet search engine results, in a bid to destroy their victim’s reputation.

“It can be hard to get a job and keep a job,” Citron said."