No! No! No! The police may say to you if you let us just look atyour phone and download some information we will let you go. This is a lie – they want to gather evidence against you to arrest you. The police can lie to you to get evidence, or in this case, your cell phone data. Don’t be fooled into thinking if I just give them my phone all will be okay.
Remember! If the police already had enough evidence against you to rise to the level of probable cause they would not need the data from your phone to help convict you.
So, what is Cyberstalking?
Cyberstalking is a serious criminal offense. Under Florida Law, cyberstalking occur via communications over the internet, cyberspace, and through text messages. Cyberbullying, masquerading as the victim on-line, anonymously posting private information about another person, texting sexually provocative information or pictures (sexting), and on-line sexual harassment are acts associated with cyberbullying. Continue reading