PureVPN: 94 Percent of Cyberstalking Victims Are Women
PureVPN is standing up for the victims of cyberstalking by inviting audiences to learn, inspire and trust themselves to do more. Learn more about cyberstalking victims and how they got past the danger.
Hong Kong, HK, June 20, 2017 (Newswire.com) – The internet gives people the freedom to connect, but this freedom has an ugly side too — cyberstalking. The numbers are worrying. A staggering 94 percent of victims of cyberstalking are females, irrespective of their age or background. Furthermore, a recent study revealed that 62% of cyberstalking victims are young women, aged between 18 and 24. Victims range from celebrities to person next door.
While 20,000+ cases of cyberstalking are reported annually, worst still, the issue is mostly overlooked in many countries. Seeing the worsening situation, PureVPN is now reaching out to and working with cyberstalking victims. Our aim is to listen, understand and if possible, help. Giving them a platform to voice their concerns, seek support or share knowledge is the just the beginning. PureVPN aims to raise awareness and inspire other internet users to stay strong and continue the fight against cyberstalking.
PureVPN’s CEO and Founder, Uzair Gadit, said: “We want cyberstalking victims to know that we are with them and they now have a platform to share their stories. We will help them get their voice out and inspire other users to keep fighting.”
Learn more about cyberstalking and take corrective measures to put an end to this menace.