Busting a Cyberstalker: How Carla Franklin Fought Back—and Triumphed
I remember feeling stunned, then sick. Sitting at my desk at a New York City consulting firm in 2009, I had randomly Googled my name. The jarring result: a series of strange montages on YouTube—all containing snapshots of me, along with the label “whore.” The photos, cobbled together from various corners of the Internet, were shots from a beauty pageant and a few acting jobs I had held in the past, when I was signed with a regional modeling agency. My mind raced. Who hated me this much to post these things? Who would call me a whore?
And then I knew exactly who had done it.
Carla Franklin shares her story.
A worthy read, even beyond the insights into Franklin’s compelling and creepy personal story, as it relates to laws (and the lack thereof) on internet harassment.