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noted in the most recent documents, especially in the C190 Violence and Harassment Convention. Promoting the EU values through the ILO gives them greater legitimacy because they are shared by the international community as a whole. In this way, the EU

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About harassment and cyber-stalking

Acta Juridica Hungarica
Author: Zoltán Szathmáry

The fact of harassment is a remarkable step in the complex protection of private sphere, but due to its novelty it is still difficult to adopt in practice. Among the most typical behaviours of harassment, the Criminal Code itself names the commitment through telecommunication tools that-referring to the title-means harassment through internet as an infocommunication system. The modern, digital communication facilities enable an informal communication among participants that hides reality. The single ways of communication (e-mail, chat) only have written basis, other sensors of cognition, perception do not play any role. As a result of the lack of social controll, one of the most significant hurdles of aggression, the social distress does not exist. Therefore some emotions (anger, jealousy) or aggression can be directed straight towards the target of the harassor. The internet can be a tool as well that the principal can use in order to gather personal information about the victim to make the subsequent harassment easier. These circumstances provide different opportunities to the harassor, therefore it is worth to deal detailed with this way of commitment. The suggestions and highlights of the study aim to eliminate the difficulties of law interpretation, to define the enforceable concept of private life, and to enable the possible realisation of the facts.

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. 40 Sengupta, A. – Chaudhuri, A. (2011) Are Social Networking Sites a Source of Online Harassment for Teens? Evidence from Survey Data. Children and Youth Services Review , 3/2. pp. 284

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