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Web Stalkers
Chapter 3 -
Web Weirdos

The Bi-Polar

The bi-polar individual tends to have mood swings from a state of depression to a manic, highly energized mood.  In the manic phase, they become insistent on getting their way and become very persistent.  When combined with psychotic features, the bi-polar can be especially dangerous.

Deviants on the Web

Following that introduction to the less harmful netizens, this section will provide information on the real threats on the web, those deviants who use the Internet to prey on innocent victims.

 “We are deeply ashamed of what we did”

- A New Jersey defendant claiming to have a multiple personality disorder at their sentencing.

True mental diseases can range from a mild neurosis such as fear of flying to full-blown clinical psychoses.  For instance, the web is a great haven for those with inappropriate sexual preferences, and these sexual obsessions can drive some web deviants to prowl and prey upon unsuspecting people.  The first attraction of the web for deviants is the false acceptance they get for their condition. 

The above text is an excerpt from:

Web Stalkers
Protect yourself from Internet Criminals & Psychopaths
ISBN 0-97-45993-9-5

by Donald K. Burleson, Stephen Andert

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