chapter  Eight
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Stalking in cyberspace: hacking and spying

ByHelen K. Gediman

In this chapter, the author presents case vignettes that came to her attention simultaneously with the rising media coverage of rampant invasions of privacy by governmental agencies such as the Central Intelligence Agency and the National Security Agency. Secrecy is certainly essential for successful stalking to occur, and should understandably be studied more seriously to look into other commonalities between imposture and stalking. Interpol is a law enforcement group, the world’s largest international police organization, responsible, among other things, for combating cyber threats. The group uses tools and resources supplied by feeder organizations that supply information on the threats that have been discovered by agents and operatives working in cyberspace, sometimes referred to as the “cyber landscape. In A. Nin’s A Spy in the House of Love, Golinda, like Nin’s Sabina, was a modern day internet hacking spy in the house of love of her family of orientation.