Definition of cyberstalker in English:

cyberstalker

noun

  • See cyberstalking

    • ‘We might also explain the relatively short length of a typical cyberstalking incident by considering how cyberstalkers obtain gratification from their actions.’
    • ‘The participants estimated that the computer literacy of these cyberstalkers was of a wider range than any of the previous group - from fairly low to high.’
    • ‘I couldn't agree more, six months later; except bloggers don't have entourages, we have cyberstalkers.’
    • ‘A message board, for example, can become a valuable source of intelligence and might even help a cyberstalker locate new victims.’
    • ‘In the case study, stalking by proxy was used several times, such as when the group of cyberstalkers recruited another stalker to pursue the victim on their behalf.’

Pronunciation

cyberstalker

/ˈsʌɪbəstɔːkə/